What are your favorite store-bought snacks or foods (for toddlers) that are gluten free, egg free, peanut free AND tree nut free? Knowing I will need to bake more as well, looking for any tried & true and tasty recipes for breads, muffins, snacks that are gluten free, egg free, peanut free and tree nut free.
Thanks in advance for the help!
I read today that prometrium has peanut oil in it. I read it in an article that was listing medications to stay away from if you have a peanut allergy.
Well I took prometrium during most of my pregnancy with my daughter. In November my daughter tested positive for a peanut allergy. Now I'm wondering if there is a link between the two.
Anyone else take this medication and now your child has a peanut allergy? Or have you heard about this before?
My daughter had an allergy test done which came up positive for eggs, milk, soy, dust mites, dander, mould, grass, wheat and her highest being peanuts. So I just want to find out if tree nuts will also affect her since it was not specifically mentioned on her allergy test results.
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
My child has a peanut allergy and is allergic to certain tree nuts. I would like to use almonds, walnuts, and pecans in cooking/baking and in nut-butter form, but I am having a hard time finding products which are not contaminated with peanuts or other tree nuts. Does anyone know where to find such products?
Our pediatrician wants me to introduce my 5 month old to peanuts. She said that they have been informed from the Medical Board with scientific studies that actually introducing known food allergens to a baby earlier in life while their immune system is still developing has shown to greatly reduce the chances of developing that particular allergy since their bodies learn that it's "normal" and not something foreign. I'm all for this because she showed me the information and it does make sense. My… read more
August last year I started having an allergy on my Lip took allergex and disappeared but from that day I have been get allergy reaction in my body it from all over my body and I don't pass a day without allergy reaction depend how serious the reaction is. I have track food,changed toiletries,not wearing make up anymore I watch what I wear I'm try keeping my sanitised I choose chemicals I'm using I have tried everything and from the life style I'm living it not easy to cope with this. It has… 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