I have an 8 year old with peanut and tree nut allergies and we are hoping to fly to Disneyworld in April. We have never taken her (and her younger sister who does not have any food allergies that we are aware of) on an airplane. Any suggestions? We will probably stick with Jet Blue, but still know there are risks.
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I have loads of food allergies, and many of them I will have reactions to just being in the same room with them. So on top of the added stress to being out in public or eating out, is the stress of finding a job. Both my mother and sister have held a few local jobs here, and all of them have had break rooms where people brought in major allergens. One of them was a Kmart,… read more
I have a lot of food allergies. I am terrified of having strangers cook my meals not understanding my food allergies and other health problems food based needs.
Does anyone else fear a long enough stay at a hospital or nursing home for you to eat several meals cooked in a setting not controlled by you? Do you have some food allergens that have many different names on food products and therefor difficult for a stranger to make sure there is no cross contamination or… read more
There is a treatment where small amounts of cows milk protein is injected into the skin over a period of time in order to familiarise your body with the protein and not have it 'attack' the cells when consumed. Does this work?