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... The Allergy grades are below... ... (7 replies)
Bread allergy?
Nov 27, 2007
... Do you react the same to cabbage, brussel sprouts, soy protien/tofu? You might want to check them out and see if you respond to them. I am curious because brocolli, the ones listed previously, and high fiber are known thyroid groiter causing foods. This would lead me to believe you may be looking at an autoimmune issue. Ask about in your family.. anyone have thyroid... (4 replies)
... o dishes that came in contact with it without having a severe itch within minutes. I get really red faced and short of breath, start wheezing if I don't take an allergy pill I have passed out from it. Just from wiping a table off at work, I itched for 3 days. ... (6 replies)

... Thanks Randi for the advice. I now remember I tried some KimChee(sp?) for the first time in my life. I know its some sort of spiced pickled cabbage, that may be the food that caused this. Thanks Randi for the advice (3 replies)
... Thursday of last week I ate a small plate of asian cole slaw (bamboo shoots, sliced apples, cabbage, cilantro, soy-orange vinagarette dressing)... my friend ate the pot stickers that the dish came with... almost immediately I began having a servere allergic reaction to something I ate and went to the doctor. It was the third time in a two year period that I was eating an asian... (3 replies)
... I can't really say what happened to you...you should have saved a sample of the food (if there was any left, if you didn't eat it all) and sent it to the health department if you were worried about poisoning. A stool sample sent to a lab from that night would have been usefull as well. The bad thing about samples, is that my Gastro. Doc said that they have to be very fresh... (2 replies)
... ids have of out growing their food allergies is to have absolutely NO exposure to the allergens at all. A good friend of mine has a son who use to have a peanut allergy and his allergist had her give him peanuts in small doses slowly increasing the amount and he now has no allergy. I was wondering anyone elses input. ... (2 replies)
... good all over again.. and then I realized, that I have never had this much energy in my life. Im seriously digging this diet, and I dont know too much about my allergy yet, but I can tell you that its Friday now, and I dont miss yeast at all. ... (19 replies)
Tomato problems
Jan 27, 2003
... I tend to agree with Sarah. b/f vomits from the scent of cabbage. He has no allergy to it (he eats it in Chineese food where it's overpowered by a bunch of other things) it's just hella-nasty to him. (2 replies)




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