Running Go Dairy Free, well I won’t lie to you … it’s a lot of work. But the rewards keep me going … hearing the joys of newfound foods, the relief of getting a diagnosis, and the flat out success stories. I get to enjoy so many of them every week.
And these ‘positives’ help not only me, but the people who come to me scared, unsure, and doubting. I can’t even begin to tell you how many “what am I going to do” emails I also receive. Yes, there are a lot of us, millions in fact with food allergies, sensitivities, or some major lactose intolerance. I do my best to offer help and guidance, but none of it would be possible without all of the things I have learned from the Go Dairy Free viewership. Your suggestions, your feedback, your favorites … keep ‘em coming, because we all love them.
Oh, and those success stories. Many of them are here for you to enjoy too. If you haven’t already, head over and view the Personal Stories section of Go Dairy Free. And while you are at it, I highly recommend checking out the wonderful stories shared by readers on my “Food Allergies and Love” post from February. In the comment section, dozens of viewers shared their own food allergy “love stories” – little nuggets of food allergy and intolerance kindness, for themselves or a loved one, that have made their life easier and happier …
Keep in mind, the Personal Stories on Go Dairy Free reach far beyond food allergies too … finding health with veganism, learning to live with galactosemia, zapping acne, and enjoying easy weight loss are some of the other stories I get to enjoy and share with you.
If you have a personal story, restaurant suggestion, favorite recipe, or personal product review that you want to share, please feel free to send me an email via our contact page. You can also share via the Go Dairy Free Facebook page. We monitor it daily and add your feedback to Go Dairy Free regularly.
Thank you for helping to make Go Dairy Free possible!
Signed, Alisa Fleming, founder of GoDairyFree.org, blogger at Alisa Cooks, and author of Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living..