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Gluten can be found in grains like wheat, semolina, kamut, barley, spelt, triticale, bulgur and rye. It forms an... Read More
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Plenty of families are planning exciting trips to theme parks across the U.S. this summer, seeking thrills and... Read More
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Wheat and corn are in many different foods. It is fairly easy to avoid eating foods that are commonly known to contain... Read More
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Mei, the mother of daughter Marcie, interviews skin, nutrition and parenting experts worldwide as MarcieMom on her blog... Read More
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Lecithin and soya lecithin are popular additives fulfilling a couple of different purposes. For baked goods and shelf... Read More
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Tracy Bush, a food allergy consultant, the founder of Nutrimom Inc., a blogger, and the loving mother of a son with... Read More
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As much as 90 percent of all allergic responses to food are caused by only eight foods. The most common food allergens... Read More
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Eli Pacheco, author of the "Coach Daddy" blog, discusses his daughter's experience with a peanut allergy. It’s nuts.... Read More
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You may be surprised to find that peanut butter is used to make many products. Someone who has a peanut allergy has... Read More
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Toby McAllister, a member of rock band "Sparks the Rescue," discusses living with a peanut allergy, gives advice to... Read More

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