Tag Archives: gluten-free

Will The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk Include You?

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Hello Single: The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk is scheduled for Saturday, August 19th. Although I haven’t visited “Circle City” yet, it’s on my list of Places To Go! Is Indianapolis on your list? The Indianapolis Food Allergy Heroes Walk offers to singles with and without children a reason to visit Indianapolis for a weekend. […]

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Put the Buffalo NY Food Allergy Heroes Walk’s On your To Do List!

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Hello: I’ve visited Buffalo New York, a few times. Buffalo, nicknamed the City of Good Neighbors and the Queen City, lies in western New York, close to Niagara Falls. August may be a great month to travel and Buffalo is well-suited for both childfree singles and singles with children. Indeed, this city of about 260,000 […]

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Ready to Fly to the Denver CO Food Allergy Heroes Walk?

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Hello Single: The Denver CO Food Allergy Heroes Walk provides an excellent reason for you to spend the weekend of Saturday, August 12th in “the Mile High City”.  You can register to walk as an individual to support food allergy research easily. While supporting a worthy cause, you benefit from exercising in an exciting city […]

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Is the Cleveland OH Food Allergy Heroes Walk on Your Mind?

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No? Well, why not? The Cleveland OH Food Allergy Heroes Walk will let you combine food allergy support with a vacation.  Ohio is a Midwestern state that’s well known as the Buckeye State. (Why not add a picture of yourself standing next to a native Buckeye tree to your selfie collection?) Summer is a great […]

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It’s Time to Travel, Single!

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The Atlanta GA Food Allergy Heroes Walk is scheduled for Saturday, May 6, 2017, so why not visit Atlanta, before it gets too hot? As a single, so you may have extra flexibility to book today to get a low airfare! Friday night dinner in Atlanta? Maggiano’s Little Italy has a food-allergy friendly reputation. Connect […]

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The Difference Between Immediate and Delayed Food Allergies

When immediate food reaction occurs, sufferers experience symptoms within hours of having ingested the food. Symptom onset is rapid and may include tingling of extremities, wheezing, coughing, tightening of the throat, nausea, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea. Sometimes in cases where nuts, shellfish, fish, and peanuts have been eaten anaphylaxis can occur. Immediate food reaction is […]

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Are You Ready for National Senior Citizen’s Day?

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Hello: Did you know that Saturday, August 22nd is National Senior Citizen’s Day? If you’re a senior Member of Singles with Food Allergies, celebrate yourself! Why not buy an item from your favorite store? Why not take a stroll? Doesn’t a bowl of Italian ice in the park sound like a delicious way to celebrate? […]

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National Women’s Equality Day Will Soon Arrive!

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Hello: Friday, August 26th is National Women’s Equality Day! How about celebrating by the ladies on Singles With Food Allergies inviting the guys out for the evening? During dinner, dedicate some time to talk about women in both of your families and the changing roles of women in society. Sharing memories of your grandmothers will […]

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Get Ready for Labor Day Weekend!

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Hello Members of Singles with Food Allergies: Aren’t Labor Day cookouts fun ways for dating couples and all of their kids to spend time together? The key for a successful BBQ will be to let the kids pick the menu and help with food preparation. Realistically, the chances of food allergies neatly overlapping among all […]

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Happy Father’s Day!

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Dear single dads throughout the United States: We receive a lot of emails from you- men with tree nut or groundnut allergies, dairy-free men, men with shellfish allergies, celiac men and –well, you get what I’m saying! What unites all of you is your joy of having found us, Singles With Food Allergies! Yes, Happy […]

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