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Just Wondering If I Am The Only Person Who Has A Reaction To Sea Salt.
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member asked a question 💭

Grocery items I used to buy have sea salt included now. Some restaurants use sea salt now.

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

Oh and yes you can be allergic to sea salt. I have spoken to several doctors about this issue. Even though there are copepods in drinking water, there are too few to create a reaction. We are… read more

What Can I Use In Place Of Garlic In Recipes?
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member asked a question 💭

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?

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

I find red onions much easier to digest.

What Is A Good Milk, When You Are Allergic To Dairy, Soy, Nuts, Fruits?
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member asked a question 💭

I am allergic to so many foods. I need a good milk substitute besides flax milk.?

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

I am also allergic to ALL NUTS & AL FRUIT

How Accurate Are SPTs?
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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

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

Blood tests are not accurate at all. Skin tests tend to be better indicators. But the best are oral food challenges, which I was freaked out to do. However, I did it - and am so glad I did. I know I… read more

Told To Cut Out Cows Milk And Yeast! Very Worried About Having No Carbs And Dairy And My Energy Levels. What Can I Eat? Please Help!
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member asked a question 💭

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

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

There are a lot of great alternatives to dairy and yeast - I would check out the 'free from' section of the grocery store or in the health food area for yeast free options
Here is a great place to… read more

Allgeric To Most Things, Having Issues With Becoming Malnourished And Low On Vitamins
A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member asked a question 💭

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

A MyFoodAllergyTeam Member

I’ve had to get IV Iron through a hematologist because my iron levels were so low and I’m also allergic to vitamins. You should talk to your doctor and see if they can get you referred over to someone… read more

Wheat Allergy - False Positive Chances?
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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