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

Should My Non-Food-Allergic Child Also Carry An Epi?

Should My Non-Food-Allergic Child Also Carry An Epi?

Last updated on June 8th, 2017 at 10:15 pmAlthough my second experience of becoming a mom was a lot smoother than I had feared, I am faced with an entirely new set of dilemmas. You see, when you have a child with and without food allergies, you actually feel as if you gotten ahead of the game the second time. You are prepared when you were not the last time. Your child is prepared. But as with anything... 

Can Dining Out Be Fear-Free With A Food Allergic Family?

Can Dining Out Be Fear-Free With A Food Allergic Family?

Last updated on June 3rd, 2017 at 09:06 pmToo often, we allow our fear of unknown ingredients to limit out lives with food allergies. Understandably, this could literally be life or death in some cases. But at what point is it time to decide to use that fear to empower us? How can we overcome the endless what-ifs and begin to piece together a safety net for our dining needs? Face it- food is a huge... 

Holiday Food Allergy Wish List: From Our Family To Yours

Holiday Food Allergy Wish List: From Our Family To Yours

Last updated on October 26th, 2017 at 04:15 pmChances are most of us knows someone with a food allergy.  With the holidays practically beating down our door and food arriving from every direction, what steps can we take to ensure that everyone is kept out of harm’s way? After all, the holidays are about giving, eating, sharing and loving. How can we accomplish all of this when some of us are still... 

Confessions of (Wayward) Food Allergy Parents

Confessions of (Wayward) Food Allergy Parents

Last updated on October 21st, 2016 at 06:51 pm“Is it all clear? Are they gone?” He looks out the window, shrinking back behind the curtain. “Yeah, they’re pulling out of the driveway RIGHT now.”“No, but are they GONE?!” “I said yes! What, are you paranoid now?” “I just don’t want them to come back and catch us.” They look at... 

Keeping Your Food Allergic Child Safe At The Grocery Store

Keeping Your Food Allergic Child Safe At The Grocery Store

Last updated on September 12th, 2016 at 04:00 pmWhen 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... 

Each Family’s Food Allergy Story Differs: Find Your Own Voice

Each Family’s Food Allergy Story Differs: Find Your Own Voice

Last updated on March 2nd, 2018 at 12:28 pmWhen our family was introduced to food allergies fourteen years ago, I never would have expected to foresee how it affected our lives in so many different ways. I’m not talking about the additional stress or cooking or even the multiple times that were just overwhelming but the future “us” with food allergies. When a family is given a food allergy diagnosis,...