I'm Dee Dee Vicino, recovering school principal and founder and CEO of AllerCuisine, and I am happy you're here. Our goal is to create inclusive environments for people with special dietary needs, food allergies, and celiac disease and to ensure EVERYONE has a safe seat at the table. Our mission is to transform families, individuals, and organizations who manage food allergies and other dietary issues so they can enjoy a life free of fear and full of fervor.
Are you ready to energize, motivate, and engage your team with life-saving strategies presented by an experienced and entertaining CERTIFIED food-allergy management EXPERT, international Best Selling Author and Speaker, active member of the Conference for Food Protection, and one of the Top 100 Female Entrepreneurs in Food Allergies? Would you be interested in transformative, informative and engaging workshops and seminars for your business or organization? Are you looking for individual lifestyle management for yourself or a loved one? Or are you just looking to spice things up with incredible gluten-free and allergy-friendly recipes?
Have a look around and see what you think. Check under the hood. Kick the tires. We've got time.
Today's landscape is riddled with confusion regarding food allergies and special dietary needs. AllerCuisine's ability to identify opportunities for improvement relies on a cross-capability team of industry and operational expertise that helps clients pilot and adopt new policies to spark transformation in the workplace. By analyzing trends and using hard data, your AllerCuisine partner will help you connect the dots and safeguard your business AND your staff members. Call or email anytime for a free consultation.
Many organizations are completely baffled when it comes to accommodating those with food allergies and other special dietary needs. Your AllerCuisine partner designs and facilitates fun, informative and interactive Workshops, Presentations and Professional Development Seminars that target the unique needs of employees, parents, students, and teachers. These entertaining and engaging presentations will NOT disappoint. Click below for an abbreviated list of our offerings. We are happy to design a program targeted to your specific needs.
Navigating the murky waters of food allergies and celiac disease can be incredibly daunting and exceedingly overwhelming. As a Certified Food Management Expert and AllerCoach, I can customize individualized food allergy management plans based on your unique needs. This includes anything from personal shopping to in home chef services to connecting YOU with the right support groups to providing you with delicious and safe recipes. I also work closely with doctors and organizations that support food allergy cures and are well-versed in managing multiple food allergies, including those outside of the BIG 8. Be sure to check out our gluten-free and allergy-friendly recipes - simple and safe, quick and easy - food the whole family will love (take a peek at our exciting Boutique Cookbooks, too).
We are all feeling the effects of the Coronavirus. We would like to share a few words of comfort in these chaotic times from the Economic Research Report. Be Generous. Be Calm. Be Kind.
To help mitigate shortages of coronavirus test kits, testing materials, and protective gear for healthcare workers, a number of protocols have been put in place to determine who gets tested for COVID-19. Public health agencies like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have provided guidelines that state and local health departments and individual healthcare providers are using to make decisions about who should be tested. Please visit Testing.com for more information.
Not everyone needs a food allergy test. According to Choosing Wisely, an educational initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation, if you get tested without guidance from a doctor and a doctor’s exam, the time and effort can be a waste. It could also result in needless false positive results — indicating you have an allergy to a food that you’re only intolerant of or don’t have any sensitivity to. Choosing Wisely goes on to point out that allergy skin tests can cost up to $300 a pop while blood tests can be as expensive as $1,000. While you certainly want to get tests if they’re medically necessary, the expense makes these tests prohibitive for appeasing simple curiosity. To learn more about food allergy testing, please visit Testing.com
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