Allergies, particularly food allergies, range from annoying to life threatening. But it doesn’t have to be that way. I spend a good portion of my time considering the ways to manage Coal Creek Farm in environmentally friendly and healthy ways. Invasive species, infestations, and pestilence among other challenges. I have to choose from the management methods available. Today, people faced with trying to manage food allergies have a solid alternative. My sister, Sloan Barnett along with Dr. Kari Nadeau have written The End of Food Allergies presenting a new way to manage the issue. The book details not just the science of their approach, but Sloan’s story of moving through treatment with her children. If you, or your baby or children have food allergies or see signs of food allergy symptoms, this book shows how an allergy-free future is available to us.
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