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We just found out that we have food sensitivies (My 11yr old and I), so we are lifelong vegetarians, and have to take out the cows milk, eggs, wheat, spelt, Kamut and a few others. So, I might come visit here. Fortunately stopping this food for 3-4 mo. should alleiviate a lot of our problems, so it isn't a true allergy.
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hi! I'm Leslee - i am allergic to virtually everything - but fortunately i don't have too many reactions so i still eat the stuff. unfortunately, however my son Damen we have found has an allergy to peanuts. we found that out when he at a piece of peanut butter toast and his tongue swelled up and got blisters all over it.
Hi, I'm Angie and after 28 years I developed an allergy to tree nuts. So did my kids. we have all been fine our whole lives and then all of the sudden, we are all allergic now. I learned the hard way with my 4 year old, he had some cashews and stopped breathing. It was very scary!!!
Hi there. I have two babies. My first baby had a milk protein allergy which she thankfully outgrew by 1 year of age. My second baby has a severe (life threatening) allergy to peanuts. He is 18 months old now.
I just wish I knew then (when pregnant/nursing) what I know now... Because of our family history of allergies, I should have been a lot more selective in what I ate and delayed introduction of food to my children. But, I guess it may not have helped.