In Defense of Food Hysteria

Food “hysteria” is often assigned to people with food allergies and intolerances. But if you’ve ever had food poisoning or been severely hungry, you’ve surely experienced food hysteria. Truth is, conscious of it or not, every day we are all trying to prevent food hysteria, it’s just a heck of a lot harder if you are living with allergies. I’m calling on consumers to push companies to prevent food hysteria with the same transparency we pioneered at my company, ZEGO.

Finding Communion with 3 Celiac Kids

It took 9 years for me to be diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 1982. Anxious to avoid delayed diagnosis for my kids, I’ve been vigilant with them, sure I wouldn’t miss any sign that they may have the same issue. From diagnosis to dinner out, it’s been harder than I thought it would be.

Gluten Free

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