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Rice is one of the most popular foods around the world, but it is not a complete protein. For this reason, protein... Read More
Legumes are a family of foods including peas, beans, lentils and, of course, peanuts. An allergy to one member of the... Read More
Sunflowers: tall and regal with their big, yellow petals and deep brown faces. After the glory of the flower come the... Read More
If you avoid peanuts, it’s likely you know the joy of cashews. Slightly sweet and smooth in texture, cashews provide... Read More
Most people know that almonds are an excellent alternative to peanuts for those who have a peanut allergy. But there’s... Read More
Food allergies affect millions of families; as many as 2 percent of the general population has some kind of food... Read More
Anyone with a severe food allergy should wear a medical bracelet at all times. This is true for children and adults.... Read More
The reason why some people are affected by allergies while others are not begins in their genes. Allergies are passed... Read More
Nearly 25 percent of children with a peanut allergy will outgrow it. However, there is a small risk the allergy will... Read More
There is no definitive treatment for a peanut allergy. Because every case different, reactions will be different... Read More

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