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Hydrogenated vegetable shortening is a vegetable oil that has been converted to solid form by a processed called... Read More
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At some point in time, most people will suffer from food intolerance or a food allergy. Having an unpleasant reaction... Read More
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For people with an egg allergy, it can be hard finding recipes that will let them enjoy homemade cookies. You can try... Read More
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Because food allergies are so common among children today, a great idea for sharing information with other classmates... Read More
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You are looking forward to dining out with your family. The difficulty is, your middle child is allergic to tree nuts... Read More
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As a person living with an allergy to peanuts or tree nuts, it is very important to examine everything you put into... Read More
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Cedar fever and hay fever are two terms that generally refer to the fever related to allergies. Cedar allergy is... Read More
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Chocolate is a sweet made of mass of cocoa beans and cocoa butter. Some people avoid chocolate for various reasons... Read More
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Thimerosal is an organic chemical composed of mercury and thiosalicylate. It has been used for many years as an... Read More
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A modified diet is any conventional diet is altered to exclude or include certain foods components such as mineral,... Read More

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