If your child has food allergies, chances are you’ve been asked, “Can he try just a little bit of it?” or “Are you sure it’s an allergy? I’ve never heard of someone being allergic to carrots before.” and “How severe is the nut allergy? Pecan Pie is nana’s favorite. Can you just watch him so he doesn’t eat it?”
I’ve been asked questions like these by well-meaning friends and family members over the years and here’s what I’ve learned
March is National Nutrition Month, so it’s a great time to remind you that you may be able to get food help from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
SNAP, which used to be known as food stamps, is a U.S. nutrition program that gives families money each month to help pay for groceries.