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Feed Your Can Interviews Allergy Force's CEO


In this podcast, Lindsay Schultz (founder of Feed Your Can) and Allergy Force co-founder Gayle Rigione talk tactics and strategies for equipping kids with skills to navigate allergic living in age appropriate ways.


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When you parent a child with a chronic condition, you have one eye on the here and now, and the other on the future.


For some families, their child will outgrow their food allergies and related conditions. However, for other families, food allergies will be a fact of life for a lifetime.


Because you can't predict where your child will land long term (being food allergic into adulthood vs. outgrowing the condition) being in food allergy knowledge transfer mode from the early years onward is important. There's a lot of know how to impart, though it's taught gently and gradually over years.


Knowledge, emergency readiness, familiarity with risk factors, appropriate caution and flexible thinking are the path forward for your children and your family to live your best life with #foodallergies.



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Learn tactics and strategies for equipping your kids with skills to navigate allergic living in age appropriate ways. Don't blink—college will be here before you know it


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"With the right mindset, life hacks and support network, humans can overcome absolutely anything."

—Lindsay Schultz, Feed Your Can Founder



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Founded by ex-Googler and food allergy parent x3 Lindsay Schultz, Feed Your Can is a venture to watch. The company's mission is to empower growth, resiliency, creative problem solving and confidence. With the right mindset, life hacks and support network, humans can overcome absolutely anything.

 

Credits: Thank you Feed Your Can for the interview opportunity and for use of the image

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