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My 3 year old son was just diagnosed with a peanut allergy. He has eaten almond products with no problems on a fairly regular basis, but the allergist said we should avoid all nuts. Do people with...
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I can't seem to find a definite answer to the question, "Should a person with a shellfish allergy avoid sea salt?" I had been told once by an allergist that it could cause an allergy reaction and to...
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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...
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Hi everyone! I'm not really sure where the best place is to post this so I just decided to start here. I hope that's okay! I'm new to this group and ran across it while looking for answers through a...
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I've been doing some research on airborne peanut allergies. I've come across some accounts by doctors who claim that anaphylaxis/allergies due to airborne proteins are very rare and extreme, while I'...
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I'm a parent to a 22-month old with peanut, tree nut and sesame allergies. This is a new world of research for me to investigate. 2 questions as my child grows up: do we keep some of these foods in...
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So I remember reading here awhile back that regular oreos are safe because they are made on a dedicated line. But does any one happen to know if they are made in a dedicated facility? I am just...
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I don't have official conformation of this, as I have not contacted Starbucks directly, but after getting curious about the new cookie straws they just released that they will be selling in stores to...
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I'm so confused...so at age one on 4/1/13 his skin test results are: peanut - 10mm with 25mm flare histamine - 10mm with 20mm flare... His blood test for peanut is negative at >2.(range is >2.0...
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Hi everybody, I had an anaphylactic episode today to peanuts that supposedly got into a piece of pumpkin bread at Starbucks through cross contamination. I was given 2 Epipens, 4 doses of benadryl IV...
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Is there a suitable hot dog that is peanut/tree nut and beef free? These are three of my daughters allergies.
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I changed jobs due to an incident that occurred at work related to my severe food allergies, including peanuts and tree nuts. I am in my 50's , a professional and reasonably well know in my...
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Hi everyone I know since the cumin recall it has been difficult to find Safe taco spice mixes. I just wanted to share that McCormick taco spices mixes are safe. This is the email they sent me and I...
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Our 8 year old son was recently diagnosis with a severe peanut allergy. I am skeptical because he regularly eats food with peanuts and has never had any issues. How can he have such an allergy and...
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Dating is a struggle, especially when you have a peanut allergy. I need some advice on dating with a PA. I have met plenty of sweet guys who absolutely love a Reese's cup. I would really like to...
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My daughter was diagnosed with a PA at 20 months old. She is now 2 years old. We have not had an incidence since the initial reaction so I am not even sure that she would be able to tell me...
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Hi all! Looking for suggestions on ice cream for my peanut and egg allergic daughter. I've always allowed whatever kind she liked from the grocery store, provided the label contained no peanuts,...
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Hi Everyone, I'm a mom to four kids with food allergies, including peanuts and tree nuts. I've created cookies that are not only delicious AND nutritious, but they are FREE of PEANUTS, GLUTEN, DAIRY...
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When I was first diagnosed with PA, the allergist told me that I don't have to avoid refined peanut oil....as it doesn't contain any peanut protein. On the second visit, he told me to avoid any...
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Hi everybody, My name is Arielle, and I am an 18 year old college student with a severe peanut allergy. In the past 3 and a half months, I have gone into anaphylaxis 4 times, despite my best efforts...
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