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Soymilk is a one of the most popular alternatives to cow’s milk. As well as being rich in fiber, soy is a great source... Read More
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Doctors have discovered that there may, in fact, be two types of asthma. They are often referred to as early stage and... Read More
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Although corn syrup allergies in babies are rare, they can occur. If your baby is having symptoms of an allergy and is... Read More
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Carrier oils are used to dilute essential oils and absolutes before being applied to the skin for massage, preventing... Read More
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This article was written exclusively for PeanutAllergy.com by Heddi, author of the blog Dairy-Free Switzerland. She... Read More
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Jocie Antonelli, the Manager of Nutrition and Safety at the University of Notre Dame, discusses her role, shares... Read More
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Foods with soy lecithin may need to be avoided if you have a soy allergy. Soy lecithin is present in many different... Read More
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Food introduction can be so much fun. After months of breastfeeding or the repetitive formula making, finally, some... Read More
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According to the Mayo Clinic, we should avoid foods with hydrogenated oil because this type of oil contains trans fats... Read More
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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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