The Two Alpha Gals — Candice Mathis and Debbie Nichols — are on a mission to help others live fully with Alpha-Gal Syndrome, otherwise known as the meat allergy.
Meet the young entrepreneur — Zak Marks — who has lived with a severe nut allergy his whole life (24 years) and has created a company and product — Kitt Medical — “to save lives, implement change, and create a new standard for allergy care.”
Tracy chats with Lip Smacking Food Tours founder Donald Contursi on how he started an award-winning tour company.
Chet Garner, The Daytripper loves eating his away across Texas exploring the history, people and places that make the state great in Episode #142 of the Eating at a Meeting podcast.
Food allergies are an invisible disability that Gwen Smith wants to make visible. She chats with Tracy on Eating at a Meeting about that.
Kyle Dine and Karen Palmer know how to manage food allergies in their daily lives. They want others to serve equal eating opportunities while traveling and attending college.
In this Food Allergy Awareness Week episode, Tracy chats with Amanda Warren about the most difficult experience after being diagnosis with Alpha Gal Syndrome and the priorities she thinks could make the greatest impact around alpha gal, RIGHT NOW?
People don’t eat or drink at events for a variety of reasons: food allergies, religious, moral, personal, disability, pregnancy, mental health, etc. Learn from Haley Moss, a person with a neurodiverse development disorder.
Tracy chats with Chef Dominic Teague of London’s One Aldwych Hotel about how he gave his guests and staff peace of mind by changing the entire menu.
From first selling sausage for a local 4th of July Festival in 1990, Loree Mulay Weisman is proud to run the 31 year old food company that sells all products that are clean, paleo-friendly, gluten-free, and top 8 allergen free. Learn how this woman is making HERstory.