I have had an opportunity to review a great new comic book MediKidz Explain Asthma Comic
The Medikidz are superheros who live on MEDILAND, a planet shaped like the human body. They are experts in health and illness, and their mission is to teach you all about your body and how illness affects it.
My son's asthma isn't easy to explain to him but we read MediKidz Explain Asthma Comic Book and it really helped him understand about his asthma and why it is sometimes harder for him to breathe. The book kept him interested since he loves reading comic books.
I will be giving away 4 copies of this MediKidz Explain Asthma Comic book to my readers. May 15th is the last day to enter. Complete the form below to enter. Good Luck!
For my readers who will be in the Washington D.C. area on there is a MediKidz Explain Asthma Comic Book Launch. When: Friday May 8th
Time: 3:30-5:00PM (EDT)
Where: Children’s Playseum, 545 8th Street SE, Washington, D.C.
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I found some information in Chick-fil-A's website that I found interesting.....
Chick-fil-A’s Quick Reference Guide for individuals with food allergies lists each menu item as it relates to the FDA’s top eight allergens: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soybeans.
For those who are allergic to foods other than the top eight listed allergens, this guide also includes the complete ingredient list for each menu item. Note that we prepare our foods following procedures to prevent allergen cross-contamination, but our products containing wheat, egg, soy and dairy are made in the same kitchen. If you have an allergy, we recommend that you consult with your physician prior to making a decision about whether or not to eat any Chick-fil-A® product.
Chick-fil-A uses 100% refined peanut oil for all of our breaded chicken. According to the FDA, highly refined oils such as soybean and peanut oil are not considered allergenic, and therefore are not labeled as such. For gluten-sensitive individuals, the Gluten Information section includes a list of Chick-fil-A menu items that may fit your gluten-free diet.
I have always been told that if you have a peanut allergy that you should not eat anything cooked in peanut oil so we have avoided it.
My question is.....if you have a peanut allergy do you eat foods cooked in peanut oil?
Nathan has a limited snack choice with all of his food allergies and he takes a snack to school everyday, so I came up with this recipe for Puppy Chow!
The best part is you can't taste the difference between using real Peanut butter or using the Soy Butter, so it is a great safe snack even for those not allergic to peanuts. Great for a Peanut Free classroom.
1/4 cup UNSALTED Fleischmann's margarine (it is dairy free)
1 teaspoon vanilla (gluten free)
1 1/2 cups powdered sugar
In a large bowl, measure cereal; set aside.
In a 1-quart microwavable bowl, microwave Enjoy Life chocolate chips, Soy butter and margarine uncovered on High 1 minute; stir. Microwave about 30 seconds longer or until mixture can be stirred smooth. Stir in vanilla.
Pour mixture over cereal, stirring until evenly coated. Pour into 2-gallon resealable food-storage plastic bag.
Add powdered sugar. Seal bag; shake until well coated. Spread on waxed paper to cool. Store in airtight container in refrigerator.