Grocery items I used to buy have sea salt included now. Some restaurants use sea salt now.
I have a friend who suffers from severe allergy to garlic. I do read labels, and try at all times to avoid anything with garlic, but I have many recipes which call for garlic. Can anyone suggest a substitute so that I can safely prepare these items without risk to my friend?
I am allergic to so many foods. I need a good milk substitute besides flax milk.?
I was diagnosed with a peanut allergy when I was about 18 months old. My mom gave me peanut butter on crackers, but I didn't eat the snack, I just played with it and broke out in hives. She gave me a bath and the hives went away. I had a skin prick test when I was about 3 that confirmed a peanut allergy. I've never had a reaction to any food since, but I've also avoided all peanuts and nuts. I will usually eat food that says "May Contain Peanuts" on the label. I've never had an itchy mouth… read more
Recently been told I must cut out cows milk (all dairy) and all yeast forever. Its an intolerance rather than an allergy, but already I'm feeling tired and running on empy. I just have no idea what I can and cannot eat. But also, what can I replace foods with so I don't miss out on important nutrients. Feeling very down about it all. Any advice would be highly welcomed. Thanks
I am allergic to
" OAT, WHEAT, RYE, BARLEY, EGG WHITE, COW MILK, PEANUTS, TOMATO, CORN, BANANA "
had them do the test twice over this first one, all the same
Explains why I was always sick, But now ic ant figure out meals, I can't enjoy food with my four children, can't eat out anywhere. so very limited
But now I'm suffering badly from
LOW potassium -LOW b everything-LOW calcium -LOW D -LOW A
Im not even sure what i should do for most of it anymore, since i cant take most… read more
Saw a comment on a group saying something like "after a (severe) allergic reaction ige levels go up a lot and this takes 3 months to clear. If tests are done within 3 months of a reaction specific ige tests and/or skin prick test have a higher chance of false positives"
Is the above true? I can’t find anything supporting this on the internet
Want to check on wheat allergy in particular where an infant 9 months has a 7mm in skin prick (positive control value was 8 for histamine on skin prick… read more