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Many people are passing on dairy for a variety of reasons. It is one of the most common food allergies for adults and... Read More
Benson Kua
Food allergies are specific. As a result, more precise tests may let allergy sufferers choose a wider range of foods... Read More
Nina Matthews
Rarely, as some children outgrow a food allergy, another may develop to the same food but in a stronger, more... Read More
There are many reasons why you may want to substitute almond flour for wheat flour in recipes. Of course, if you have... Read More
Tomato allergy is rare but troublesome. Tomatoes are in many different foods, including ketchup, chili, and tacos, and... Read More
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In this quick video, you will meet the founder of AllergyEats, Paul Antico, and his family as they explain what... Read More
Food allergies affect up to 8 percent of U.S. children and 30 percent of adults. They are pervasive and expensive: Food... Read More
Certain allergens cause most food allergies. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a list of foods that are... Read More
The value of ancient grains has been rediscovered. Over the last few years, certain types of grains that were eaten... Read More
GMO foods may cause allergies. According to the Institute for Responsible Technology, GMO foods have the ability to... Read More

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