Wheat - One of the nine most common food allergens

on Jul 24, 2012 @ 04:06 am

Wheat - One of the nine most common food allergens. Good article. Have a look !!

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reply on Aug 09, 2012 @ 10:43 am

Thanks for posting this. This article is packed full of lots of good information that every parent (and even non-parent) should know.

:) on Aug 09, 2012 @ 12:21 pm

Your welcome, glad you enjoyed. A person can never be armed with enough information. I am a true believer that Knowledge is POWER !!

Woah! on Aug 14, 2012 @ 03:04 pm

I have celiac disease, but I never knew that someone could be like.. deathly allergic to wheat like where they could die instantly. Very good article! By the way, for those thinking they might/their kids might have a wheat allergy like celiac disease, the way it was very obvious looking back was that I was a skinny little thing, especially as a child but I always had this bloated belly which didn't make sense.

Food Allergies on Aug 16, 2012 @ 05:39 pm

My daughter is allergic to wheat, eggs ,and milk. If one of them even touch her skin she will get hives. We found out when she was about 6 months old. She is now 5 and she just started reacting to tree nuts too. Any food allergy has the potential for an anaphalactic reaction. Most people think it is only peanuts and tree nuts that can cause it, but that is not true.

Eggs on Aug 22, 2012 @ 11:42 am

My mother-in-law is allergic to eggs as well. Most egg allergies are either the yolk or the white so they can eat the other part but with her, it's the whole thing. We had to be very careful when introducing eggs to our daughters and even waiting until well after a year to make the introduction. Thankfully, none of them are allergic to eggs but our middle one is allergic to green beans.


gluten intolerant on Feb 19, 2013 @ 10:37 pm

I'm gluten intolerant and get very sick. Thing is I still haven't learned how to live like this. Being half Italian growing up on pasta and half Ukrainian which is carbs stuffed with carbs I feel like my life is over. I just keep pills in my purse in case.
I did a comparison of cereals in the supermarket and the ingredients were identical between regular and gluten free. They just slapped a gluten free lable on it which is dangerous. Ironically it doesn't stop them from charging nearly twice the.price for that lable.

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