Moving Beyond a Band-Aid Approach to Eczema

Eczema, allergies and asthma…. Three common childhood conditions that are often linked together. Eczema is often the first of these conditions to appear, with 50% of kids who develop eczema developing it within the first 12 months of childhood (Williams… Continue Reading >

Your Journey to Healing

Melissa helps parents of children with eczema, allergies and food intolerances with evidence-based approaches so the entire family can start living their lives again, through online programs, community support and in-person workshops.

True or false? Your pregnancy diet can affect your baby’s health for years to come

The short answer? True! And it makes sense – almost everything your baby needs to grow and develop is provided by you. Nutrients that power your body are extracted from food and carried through the placenta into your baby’s bloodstream…. Continue Reading >

Eosinophilic Oesophagitis – From diagnosis to diet

If you thought having one or two food allergies was hard enough, try having to avoid four, six or even eight types of ingredients. In light of the National Eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders awareness week that runs in August each year, we… Continue Reading >

Top Ways to Be Prepared for a First Aid Accident

Unfortunately for us as parents, our little ones can find themselves in a first aid accident at any age, anytime and any place. While seeing bub hurt or injured can be distressing, it is important for parents to prepare themselves… Continue Reading >

Eczema Facts by Antonette Golikidis

What is eczema? Eczema is an itchy skin rash.  It often occurs in more than one member of the family.   How to recognize it? Dry, red and itchy skin that may appear inflamed or cracked, and in some cases… Continue Reading >