Top 5 allergy blog
What Allergy? was voted in the Top 5 UK allergy blogs and in the Top 10 UK Health Blogs by Cision UK and regularly gets between 80,000 and 100,000+ unique visits a month with some blog posts getting hundreds of comments each.
It is jam packed full of articles, blogs, opinion pieces, advice and tips for coping with allergies and living with the challenge day-to-day. It’s nut free, dairy free, wheat free, gluten free, egg free, soya free, tomato free, celery free. It’s almost all the top 14 allergen’s free! The only totally freefrom blog in the UK.
Owner and writer for What Allergy? Ruth Holroyd said, “Don’t ever let your allergies rule your life, live your life to the full despite having them. It may sometimes seem tough but remember all the foods you CAN eat, be healthy, happy and stay safe.”
About Ruth Holroyd
I set up this blog in April 2009 kind of by accident. I had time on my hands and it seemed like a good idea to share the research I was doing to explore my allergy journey, most of which I was finding by surfing the net. Since then it’s grown from a bit of a hobby to a huge undertaking that I still manage in my spare time. By day freelance copywriter, by night avid allergy, eczema and asthma blogger.
I also write on the Talk Health blog about allergies, eczema and asthma and also contribute Ruth’s Allergy Diary to the Foods Matter website. I am also a regular judge for the FreeFrom Food Awards and FreeFrom Skincare Awards.
I also run an Allergy Support Group for The Anaphylaxis Campaign. Check out the Events page to see when the next event is taking place in the Buckinghamshire area.
The blog is a collection of information, tips, restaurant and product reviews etc. and is aimed at helping others to learn to live with their food allergies and intolerances. Anyone with one or numerous food and substance allergies and intolerances will understand that it’s a challenge, but with careful planning and sensible strategies you can conquer the pitfalls of shopping, eating out and dinner parties all become easier.
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