Musician and food allergy educator Kyle Dine has grown up his entire life with food allergies. Under the helpful watch of his parents, he matured from a young child with a neon fanny pack to a teenager and young adult navigating the dating scene, restaurants and traveling the world on his own.
Kyle has used his personal experience as the springboard to helping children learn about managing their own food allergies and inspire them to live a full life like he does. He now tours the US and Canada, where he visits schools and other venues to educate children and communities about the serious nature of food allergy. Through song and entertainment, he teaches kids how to live with food allergies.
Kyle works for Anaphylaxis Canada in an education role and is the star attraction at the Kids With Food Allergies annual family expo in Philadelphia (held each September).
He recently spoke with Aleasa Word at The Good Men Project to share his story. It is a great example to share with children with food allergies as Kyle has become a role model for many:
For more information about Kyle Dine, his educational tours, and his music, visit www.kyledine.com.