Screening for Celiac important since symptoms often silent in patients.
Author: Allergic Living
Managing Life with Soy Allergy or Other Legume Allergy
The only current treatment for these allergies is to avoid all traces of soy and legumes and products that may contain them.
Top Allergens: Places Where They Hide
Allergen Where It Hides Alternate Names Peanuts chocolate/candy bars-barbecue sauces Asian-style dipping sauces (particularly Szechuan) curry sauces egg rolls, spring… Read more »
The Scoop On: Why Sesame Has Become a Top Allergen
If you were to ask people on the street what are the most common food allergies, they would likely answer:… Read more »
Seeds Hide in Unlikely Places and Can Cause Allergic Reactions
Seeds are a good inexpensive source of protein, and we’re eating more of them. Yet seeds hide in unlikely places.… Read more »
What is a Food Allergy?
A food allergy occurs when a person’s immune system identifies proteins in a food as allergenic and begins to produce… Read more »
Why Mustard Added to Top Allergen List in Canada
Mustard has been added to the top foods of concern for allergies in Canada. The Health Canada government agency updated… Read more »
All About Sesame, Other Seed Allergies
Sesame seed allergy is not one of the most common allergies – but it is on the rise and Health Canada has put it on its “priority allergens” list, implicating it as a culprit in many food allergy reactions.
Chemicals Tied to Early Puberty
Overexposure to certain chemicals, such as those found in cosmetics and household products, can prematurely trigger the beginning of puberty.
Chicken Breast Sandwich with Sage Purée and Caramelized Apple
Free of gluten and all Top 8 allergens.