Login | Register
7
My son has been living with a peanut allergy since he was 15 months old. He is now in second grade and attending public school. We've had issues in the past with them isolating him because he was...
0
I have a sixteen year old son who was diagnosed before his 1st birthday as milk, egg and peanut allergic. He would break out in hives anywhere the offending food touched his skin. The reaction...
2
My son has a severe PN TN allergy. My concern is to find out how safe it is to eat products fried in peanut oil? He is in high school in which the school is going to have a food fair. Chic fil a will...
0
Has anyone used Dr. Bronner soaps? Any negative experiences? In addition to PA my DD is Tree nut and soy allergic too.
0
There is a lot of talk about the new finding of giving babies peanutbutter to babies by the age of 6 months. I just want to see where everyone else is on this topic. How do you respond?
0
So this week saw the story about 'feeding peanuts early to advoid allergy'. I went to the New England Journal of Medicine to read the actual report http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1414850?...
0
So this week saw the story about 'feeding peanuts early to advoid allergy'. I went to the New England Journal of Medicine to read the actual report http://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa1414850?...
9
Allergic friends, I need to know how everyone feels about this. Last night a friend on FB posted one of those If I cant bring Peanuts to school why can your kid bring in diseases because they are not...
3
Hi everyone, I have an almost 18-year-old son who is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, and shellfish. I have always been diligent with carrying his EpiPen and as a nurse, I have taught him how to live...
3
Hi, I'm 19, almost 20 from canada and recently I've been learning more about immunotherapy. I have a few questions, and was hoping I could get some help with answers, as I'm hoping this is...
0
Hi. I'm a new member and have been searching for a website like this for a while. I am allergic to all nuts but mainly peanuts and brazil nuts. I just would like some advice on what to do next. I...
9
I'm 17, nearly 18 and I have a severe peanut allergy, Unfortunately my parents have become less and less careful about my allergy as I get older and have been eating,cooking and baking with nuts or...
0
We are launching a new line of baked goods that are peanut free! Please help us spread the word by liking us on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. We need all the help we can get to get these delicious...
1
Hello! My mother suggested I get a tattoo that says "Peanut Allergy", as well as wear my medical bracelet that contains my insurance information. Has anyone here ever gotten an allergy tattoo and...
1
So my daughter has had an egg, cat, dog, aloe, mold allergies and has now recently developed an peanut allergy. She is 2. Should i only avoid peanuts? Also i am hearing that a lot of soaps, shampoos...
11
My son is 5 and has a severe allergy to peanuts. He has recently become more aware of his allergy and the risks of peanuts which is good, but with that has come an increase in his anxiety around...
6
Hello. My daughter now 17 is working part time at our local library. Her employer is unwilling to make any accomodations in regard to her peanut allergy. Is there any legal course of action we can...
2
I have a 10 year old son who is severely allergic to peanuts, but also allergic to some tree nuts and fresh soy. We are traveling to Providence, RI for a hockey tournament and are looking for some...
3
We always suspected that my son was allergic to peanuts since he was small, but we never got him officially tested, as we just avoided peanuts and products that contained peanuts. (Why I never tested...
4
I took my older son (5years old) for the food challenge at the hospital today (he had two reactions at 4 years old when he got a rash and puffy eyes after skin exposure to peanuts and was sick (no...
Syndicate content

Peanut Free and Nut Free Directory

Our directory is highlights our favorite products for people with peanut and nut allergies.

Close x

Sign up for our newsletter and receive a free peanut-free snack guide.

Stay on top of your allergy with recipes, lifestyle tips and more.

Email