Our directory is intended as a resource for people with peanut and nut allergies. It contains foods, helpful products, and much more.
- What is a Peanut Allergy
- Foods to Avoid
- The Allergic Reaction
- Recognizing and Treating Anaphylaxis
- Epinephrine Auto-Injectors
- Medical ID Bracelets
- Support Groups
Peanut Free and Nut Free
Other Food Allergies
Life Threatening Food Allergies-This video could save a life. Carry an EPIPEN
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires food manufacturers
to list the 8 most common ingredients that trigger food allergies. Most other developed countries have similar rules.
The 8 foods, listed below, account for 90% of allergic reactions.
Tree Nuts such as almonds,cashews,pecans, walnuts)
Shellfish (especially crustaceans)
The deadliest food allergy is to PEANUTS. It is the most common cause of anaphylaxis death in the United States.
(see my list Where is the Peanut Hiding)
What is anaphylaxis?
Those who have a severe peanut allergy are at risk of having a life-threatening reaction and should strictly avoid peanuts and carry an EpiPen epinephrine auto injector at all times according to multiple web sources as well as allergists.
My teenage son is allergic to peanuts. Our family policy is to carry 2 EpiPen's.
Those are the instructions for my son to adhere to although he loathes carrying an EpiPen and has forgotten to carry one more often than I can remember.
Why carry 2?
You may need a 2nd dose,often after 20 minutes or less. (Video link @ end of post)
A new TREATMENT is now available.
My son, Alexander is currently being treatedsuccessfully.
As of the date of this post he is EATING 12 Peanut Per Day. This is his dosing amount as part of his peanut allergy Treatment Program.
So many precious children and adults have died from a severe allergic reaction to food. It breaks my heart. That is why I am writing this blog.
I want to get the word out about this new treatment program to everyone, along with all this other food allergy information I can post.
I know of one family planning to move from India to Dallas so their daughter can be treated for her peanut allergy.
Alexander's story and Treatment program is detailed in my blog.
Click here to go to my Home page where you can perform a search using the word Alexander or click on the titles below for a few of the posts.
Countdown to the BIg Day , Treatment Day 1, Peanut Allergy Treatment #3 and #4, Countdown to 1 Whole Peanut, Dose Delayed, Allergic Teen EATS a PEANUT
Remember you could save a life. Please pass this post via FB, Twitter
Too many people have died due to food allergy to peanuts, tree nuts and other life-threatening food allergies.
Click here to watch a VIDEO on HOW TO USE AN EPIPEN .
Sources- Mayo Clinic , EpiPen, AllergicChild
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