About Tracy Bush

Tracy Bush is the founder and President of Nutrimom, Inc., also known as Nutrimom - Food Allergy Liason, a consulting business that specializes in providing guidance and support for anyone that has been diagnosed with food allergies. Tracy helps others with simple steps, such as finding safe, wholesome foods to supplement allergenic foods, where to shop and how to maximize their budget while adjusting to their dietary change. You can view additional information about what she does as well as her new e-book "The Stepping Stones to Food Allergies" at www.AllergyPhoods.com. Tracy is a member of the PedSafe Expert team

Website: http://www.AllergyPhoods.com

Articles by Tracy

The Last Time I Checked My Child’s Allergy Supplies Was…. ???

The Last Time I Checked My Child’s Allergy Supplies Was…. ???

As summer approaches and families begin making plans for long-postponed vacations, for our family, it means beginning a summer check up for our allergy needs. Especially since vacation time can also make us forget about other details, summer is a yearly reminder to clean out, update and refill. Cleaning Out A few months ago, something prompted me to check my son’s asthma inhaler. Upon examination,... 

Taking Time to Celebrate Your Non Allergic Child

Taking Time to Celebrate Your Non Allergic Child

Last updated on November 8th, 2020 at 02:43 pmIts funny how having a child with food allergies suddenly changes every aspect of your life. You no longer have the ability to be spontaneous- every meal, every trip and every outing has to be planned to a certain degree. Foods are checked and double checked and when one person in the family has food allergies, the rest of the family is a part of it too.... 

Food Allergy Fears – It’s Ok For Your Child To Try Something New

Food Allergy Fears – It’s Ok For Your Child To Try Something New

Last updated on November 8th, 2020 at 02:53 pmDo you remember the last time that your allergic child tried a new food? If the answer is no, you are not alone. It’s a difficult task for both parents and children with food allergies. There is always the thought of “What if” no matter what the new food is. Every new ingredient, every new spice, every new menu item that your child might want to try... 

Keeping Your Food Allergic Child Safe At The Grocery Store

Keeping Your Food Allergic Child Safe At The Grocery Store

Last updated on May 4th, 2020 at 11:59 amWhen someone becomes a food allergic parent, this changes every single aspect of your daily routine. Allergy triggers are everywhere and must be avoided as much as possible. This means preparing ahead of time to ensure minimal risk of exposure. This may also mean that your new routines will be forced to change as your allergic child grows and goes through new... 

Food Allergies, a New Sibling and Hidden Blessings

Food Allergies, a New Sibling and Hidden Blessings

Last updated on September 2nd, 2019 at 07:46 pmI remember the fear that ran through me during my second pregnancy. My first born has food allergies and at times, I really feel as if I am just unable to take another thing on. So being pregnant, I began to wonder how I would handle it if my second child also had food allergies. I would picture scenario after scenario of having to run from one to the... 

When is Your Mommy Voice The Right One???

When is Your Mommy Voice The Right One???

Last updated on September 2nd, 2019 at 07:53 pm“Babies cry, that’s normal.” “You need to let your baby cry for awhile. If you don’t they will expect you to pick them up all of the time.” “All babies are fussy.” Are these all things that you were told when your food allergic child was an infant? Do you remember thinking that there must be something that...