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Re: Important News About Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

Esther Mallon ·
well im just finding out that my two youngest one s has got a milk and peach allery and one of them also have asthsm too and I don't even have a pen in the house at all wht do I doi also have a food allergy to and we can afford one either and I ask my insurance they don't knw if they cover it
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Re: Join Us to Learn How to Make the Perfect Allergy-Friendly Cake

MAM-mom ·
If we missed the webinar is there a way to see a recording or read the text? I bet this is full of great information!
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Re: Join Us to Learn How to Make the Perfect Allergy-Friendly Cake

Kids With Food Allergies ·
Absolutely, Laura, thanks for asking! We record all webinars and share the video plus additional information on our blog a few days after the event. Here is the link to The Perfect Allergy-Friendly Cake and Raspberry Compote Recipe video.
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Re: New Dairy-Free White Cheddar Puffs and Popcorn from Earth Balance

LSK ·
Big "thumbs up" from our kid who is allergic to milk!
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Re: Dustless Chalk May Cause Health Woes in Milk-Allergic Kids

josephine ·
This is so true. When Christian was a few years old he went into an attack at the doctor's office. Yep, I said the doctor's office. She had a chalk and board that the kids could use while waiting for her in the room. I was so relieved when he went to school that they now use the dry erase boards and smart boards. I use to go crazy with my milk allergies when I went to school. No one ever linked the chalk to milk allergies. We have come a long way. Oh, by the way, our doctor no longer has the...
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Re: Replacing Lost Nutrients Due to Food Allergies

JW ·
Thank you for this article! I've always suspected that my 8 year old son's food allergy to dairy, eggs and nuts had something to do with his small size and this article helped affirm my suspicions. I've often been told by family that I'm a "helicopter mom" when it comes to making sure he eats and eats good. I do it because I know he has to make up with foods that will give him the equivalent or if not similar nutrients from foods he's allergic to. And with his high metabolism, it doesn't...
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Re: Food Allergy Test: What Does It Mean?

AGlick0927 ·
Hello! My 2.5 year old daughter has tested positive to peanuts, tree nuts, egg and dairy on a skin test (2 different times) She has had reactions to both egg and dairy, however she has never ingested any nuts. We just received the results of her first ever blood test and it confirmed egg and dairy, however it came back negative to all nuts! We will be scheduling an in office peanut challenge. My question is, since I know that false negatives are more rare than false positives, should I feel...
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Re: Food Allergy Test: What Does It Mean?

K8sMom2002 ·
Hi, and welcome, @AGlick0927 ! Hugs on the reactions and the conflicting test results on peanuts. You're definitely in the right place to get support! Your questions are great, and it sounds like you still have some things you might want to discuss with your allergist. Another thing you might want to discuss with your allergist is component testing for both milk and peanuts, if you haven't already done so. Component testing can tell a doctor what particular protein in milk or peanuts a...
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Re: Baking Without Milk, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Gluten and Nuts

Kids With Food Allergies ·
We will be sharing additional Q&As asked during this class on our blog later this week!
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Re: Milk Allergy Alert: NuGO Bars

Amazon421 ·
I had an anaphalactic reaction after eating one of these bars for breakfast last year. I lost consciousness while on the phone to my mother and was taken to the ER via ambulance after she called a neighbor. I assumed it was something else I must have come into contact with (although it was the only thing I had eaten that morning). I stupidly continued to eat the bars, getting sick every time (although not as bad). I thought it must have been one of the other ingredients, since it was milk...
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Re: Food Allergy Test: What Does It Mean?

njlisa ·
My daughter is now 13 and has always had belly issues. She had skin and RAST testing done as a toddler with no indications of food allergies. At 11 her belly isues worsened and RAST testing was redone with nujmerous positive results. We did skin testing and she was found to be allergic to milk, egg yolk, and fish. She has what you term a Non-IgE mediated reaction. Oncethe foods were fully eliminated from her diet her belly issues went away, she was no longer bloated and felt much better.
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Re: Food Allergy Test: What Does It Mean?

SW Missouri ·
What advice to you give to parents of children with eczema/asthma who may have false positives from IgE testing? My daughter's IgE numbers are off the charts, and we've been avoiding likely allergens. The only food she's (accidently) ingested that we've avoided based on likely food allergy is cow's milk (to which she had an immediate negative reaction). We've consulted 2 allergists, and both have reommended avoiding the foods she's likely allergic to until she is 5 or 6 at which time they...
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Re: Food Allergy Test: What Does It Mean?

Maggie K ·
I had my son tested IgE with an allergist because of his eczema condition. We knew his allergy to milk at age of one, hives right after 1 oz of whole milk. He was bs mostly the first 6 months, then alimentum after. He had regular Similic couple times before 6 months but no reactions. His IgE for milk is 6.29, so I think it confirmed his milk allergy. He is still on alimentum and he is 16 1/2 months. His IgE for egg white is above 50, I had not introduced egg to him yet, but with the MMR (had...
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Re: Check Ingredient Statements on Halloween Candy

MACEMama ·
I came across a funky one while going through DS' candy tonight. I knew Tootsie Rolls have milk in them, but I was curiously reading the label while snacking on a lemon flavored one (habit ). Ingredients are: While the condensed skim milk does meet the plain English requirement for FALCPA labeling, the whey in it would not (as it is not clearly listed as "milk."). I wonder if it gets off on the technicality that it has another milk ingredient with the word milk in it.
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Re: Check Ingredient Statements on Halloween Candy

Colleen English Ross ·
Originally Posted by MACEMama: I came across a funky one while going through DS' candy tonight. I knew Tootsie Rolls have milk in them, but I was curiously reading the label while snacking on a lemon flavored one (habit ). Ingredients are: While the condensed skim milk does meet the plain English requirement for FALCPA labeling, the whey in it would not (as it is not clearly listed as "milk."). I wonder if it gets off on the technicality that it has another milk ingredient with the word milk...
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Re: Check Ingredient Statements on Halloween Candy

Kids With Food Allergies ·
If whey were the only milk-derived ingredient in it, it would still have to list MILK either in parentheses after the word whey (milk) or in an "Contains: Milk" statement. However, in this case, the common name (plain English) word Milk has already appeared once in the label and FALCPA says that the allergen only need to be declared once and doesn't have to be repeated with each derivative. See #1 on our FAQ on FALCPA as a reference:...
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Re: Free Online Class: Baking Without Milk, Eggs, Soy, Nuts, Wheat, Gluten

cheymom ·
Link to video & resources: http://community.kidswithfooda...at-gluten-nuts-video
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Re: How to Make the Zebra Effect on Allergy-Friendly Cake

Kathy P ·
You can use whatever brand all purpose flour they normally use. The vinegar is whatever works. I generally use cider vinegar. For milk alternative, I recommend SoDelicious coconut beverage. Use the unsweetened. If the friend has a milk alt they use for the kiddo, just use that.
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Re: How to Make the Zebra Effect on Allergy-Friendly Cake

Melanie Carver ·
Hi Kim, Just be sure to read every ingredient label of every thing you use. Be aware that some ingredients in your kitchen may be contaminated if you ever double-dipped. The safest thing to do is buy all new ingredients. If you want to make a frosting/icing for this cake, you'll need to use milk and soy free shortening or margarine. Options are Earth Balance soy-free (red packaging) or coconut oil (among a few others). You can keep it simple and just do the solid fat (safe margarine or...
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Re: Replacing Lost Nutrients Due to Food Allergies

Rosangela ·
Thank you so much for this article. I have a son who is 9 years old and has EOE. He's allergic to almost all fruits and vegetables, nuts, barley, soy, corn, potatoes, rye, etc. He does not eat any kind of meats , fish, poultry. He got so tired of rice that now he can't even see it. Now the doctors decided that he should not eat anything that has wheat, milk and eggs on it because they believe that's what is making the disease worse. What should I do? I'm seeing a dietitian and everything she...
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Re: Replacing Lost Nutrients Due to Food Allergies

niagrafalls ·
Did he not like the taste of quinoa or could not digest it? I found one great quinoa cereal which I give to my son with a fruit puree (any fruit he can have) and it comes out ok. http://www.amazon.com/gp/produ...ct?ie=UTF8&psc=1 can your son have garbanzo beans? you can make bread with it. can your son have coconut milk? Good subs for milk.
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Re: Milk Allergy Alert: NuGO Bars

heyabbott ·
I'm glad they finally recalled their products. My son actually had a reaction from one of their bars last year, and I had to give him the epi-pen. When I spoke with them they assured me there was no milk or traces of milk in their products. I don't think they are counting my son's reaction in their count of only one reaction reported so far. It's too bad that they did not act when I told them about our reaction so no subsequent reactions would've happened with anybody else. It is going to be...
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Re: New Food Find: The Vegan Answer to Doritos (Corn-Free, Gluten-Free Chips)

Englishcandle ·
Our daughter is allergic to milk, eggs, peanuts (we stay away from tree nuts and sesame too) and we found some great chips at Whole Foods that were safe for her. Good luck!
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

yvonne ·
I'm shocked to find Chipotle on that list! My daughter (6 y/o) LOVE'S Chipotle. One day she asked me why everything has soy (that's one of her allergens) in it. We decided to google it and found that soy lecithin is utilized as an emulsifier easing the oil/water mix and extending shelf life. A few days later we went to Chipotle, because I had never thought to ask about their allergen info, I decided to ask the woman behind the bar if any of the foods had soy. She gave me a small check-list...
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

czschack ·
I can't believe Burger King is not on the list! My daughter (who turns 15 this summer) and is anaphylactic to milk has been eating there for 13 years, and have never had so much a a rash! FYI-she's had dozens of severe allergic reactions requiring epinephrine throughout her life.
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

yvonne ·
Originally Posted by czschack: I can't believe Burger King is not on the list! My daughter (who turns 15 this summer) and is anaphylactic to milk has been eating there for 13 years, and have never had so much a a rash! FYI-she's had dozens of severe allergic reactions requiring epinephrine throughout her life. Funny you mention BK, my daughter is allergic to soy, peanuts (including tree nuts), eggs, and possibly sesame. The only thing she can have at BK is a salad with grilled chicken.
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

kally831 ·
Although I feel Chipotle does make an honest effort by attempting to use allergy-friendly products, the risk of cross-contamination can be quite real if you/your child has an allergy to Milk (or, any of the other products they serve). The nature of their food prep is similar to a buffet where not only are food items kept in close contact to each other, but all of the staff handle the serving utensils at one point or another, put hands into the cheese and the then the lettuce, and so on. My...
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

Mahbahlih ·
Hi kally, My son has a very severe milk allergy and we eat at Chipotle 1-2 times per week. I can totally understand your apprehension. Here are some tips: One person handles your food. They will change their gloves first - sometimes you have to remind them but it's coorporate policy AFAIK. I always ask them to hold my son's tray - do not slide it on the counter. We only get rice, beans, and meat from the bar. Any salsa, lettuce or guac comes from the fridge under the bar or the back.
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

czschack ·
Originally Posted by Mahbahlih: Hi kally, My son has a very severe milk allergy and we eat at Chipotle 1-2 times per week. I can totally understand your apprehension. Here are some tips: One person handles your food. They will change their gloves first - sometimes you have to remind them but it's coorporate policy AFAIK. I always ask them to hold my son's tray - do not slide it on the counter. We only get rice, beans, and meat from the bar. Any salsa, lettuce or guac comes from the fridge...
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Re: The AllergyEats 2014 List of Most Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Chains

Mahbahlih ·
I was very skeptical of Mexican and Italian restaurants in the beginning. The idea that there was so much cheese in the kitchen made me very nervous. However, I was surprised to learn that many Mexican restaurants don't use much in the way of milk or butter... just lots of cheese. For DS we are almost always able to get him white rice and beans (black or refried - hold the cheese). Occasionally we get him meat, too, but honestly he loves rice and beans so much he prefers them over the meat.
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Re: Milk Allergy Alert - Simply Life Brand Dark Chocolate

KFA News Team ·
Updated information: Simply Natural Foods, LLC Issues Allergy Alert for High Levels of Milk Protein in Simply Lite Dark Chocolate Bars Contact: Consumer: 1-866-923-1549 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - March 17, 2014 - Simply Natural Foods, LLC of Commack, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling its 85g (3oz) Simply Lite Dark Chocolate Bar, because FDA testing indicated that bars from certain lots contained high levels of milk protein, while the label of the product stated that it may contain traces of milk.
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Re: Allergy-Friendly Easter Candy Guide for 2014

Gloria ·
Just checked out candy truffles and white and milk less chocolate bars on Indie candy and premier Chocolatiers website and they look to good to be true! looks Expensive but I am going to try one site for Easter and the other for B'day!
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Re: Allergy-Friendly Easter Candy Guide for 2014

Gloria ·
I also ordered some of the white choco bars. Since my daughter hasn't had milk white bars hopefully she will Ike these. Will know after Easter....
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Re: Six-Year-Old's Heart Stops After Eating Macadamia Nut Cookie, Life Saved by First Responders

Kids With Food Allergies ·
KFA ADMIN: There is one statement in the article that is incorrect that we would like to clarify. In the U.S., food manufacturers are not required to state if food was processed in the same facility as peanuts (or any other major food allergen). FDA regulated foods are required to list top 8 allergens in the ingredients list if the food contains one of those allergens (peanut, tree nut, milk, egg, soy, wheat, fish, shellfish).
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Re: New Food Find: Coconut Whipped Cream Topping (Milk-Free, Soy-Free)

Vannybe ·
I just discovered this brand and their products. We just found out about my son's allergies which include a dairy & soy allergy. I bought him the coconut milk, yogurt and ice cream. I hope he likes it
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Re: New Epinephrine Study Shows Alarming Results

aboreem1969 ·
Dear Dr. my son has severe cow milk allergy and we live in Kuwait. Is this allergy supposed to disappear or the symptoms alleviate by age. He is now three years and half and was diagnosed as milk allergy when he was 6 months old.
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Re: New Epinephrine Study Shows Alarming Results

Kathy P ·
Hi Aboreem1969 - welcome to KFA! There is no absolute time line for outgrowing a food allergy (not reacting anymore). How has your son's allergy been monitored? Has he been tested periodically to see if the numbers are decreasing? Has he eaten anything with milk recently and still showing reactions?
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Re: Baking With Food Allergies – Your Questions Answered

Gloria ·
Missed the original, so glad to be able to read all the Q & A's here. Very helpful refresher for me. Will have to give hemp milk another try!
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Re: Baking Without Milk, Eggs, Soy, Wheat, Gluten and Nuts

Kids With Food Allergies ·
During the webinar, dozens of questions were submitted. The answers can be found on our new blog post: Baking Without Allergens - Your Questions Answered
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Re: (Canada) Egg and Milk Allergy Alert: Yum Yum Food Sui Mai

KFA News Team ·
Updated to include 2 more food items. OTTAWA, February 11, 2013 – The public warning issued on February 9, 2013 has been updated to include two additional products. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and Yum Yum Food are warning people with allergies to egg or milk not to consume, and retailers not to sell, the Yum Yum Food brand Shrimp Wonton and Shrimp Dumpling products described below. The affected products contain egg and milk which are not declared on the label. All codes of the...
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Re: Baking With Food Allergies – Your Questions Answered

Former Member ·
I am new to this food allergy thing. My son also has EoE and has now been put on the six food elimination diet. i love to bake. to have purchased buckwheat flour, quinoa flour and tapioca flour. I want to make a flour blend that is also nutritious. I'd like to make his bread as well as muffins pancakes, and anything else a 2 year old might like. I'm not sure of the nutritionsl content of the king Arthur flour blend that you've recommended. I will definitely use that when making cakes etc,...
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Re: Baking With Food Allergies – Your Questions Answered

camnicemm ·
What about a gf corn free soy sauce?
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Re: Baking With Food Allergies – Your Questions Answered

Kathy P ·
If coconut is safe, there is coconut aminos. Otherwise, I've had good success using umeboshi vinegar. It doesn't have the same depth of flavor (or color - it's purple which can be an odd color in some things), but give that salty "bite" to things. Another options is balsamic vinegar plus salt. That's a little sweeter though. If you can do fish, nuc mam (Vietnamese fish sauce) is another option.
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Re: How Do You Make Creamy Mashed Potatoes Without Milk or Soy?

KRE1234 ·
we use rice milk and earth balance soy and milk free margarine. no difference of taste so use it for the whole family!
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Re: New Food Find: Milk and Soy Free Cheese Wedges by Daiya

Amber B. ·
We have used the shredded cheddar and mozarella varieties in a number of recipes, and we love it. Melts great, smells like dairy cheeses, the melted texture is similar to milk-based cheeses, The Jalapeno variety was way too spicy for my son, age 11. Also keeps unopened for months, for weeks opened, and can be frozen. Only drawback is no calium or protein, really. Looking forward to trying the wedges...I wonder how the costs will compare?
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Re: Non-Cupcake Classroom Birthday Celebration Idea

Bustermonkey ·
That is a cute idea. However, please remember anytime we offer food to our child's classmates we risk allergies. My youngest daughters is allergic to Yellow 5 (which is found in almost all applesauce brands - except the all natural). If she were to eat this snack, she would have a very severe rash for the remainder of the day. Most of us send snacks that avoid peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, milk, wheat. But, allergies come in many different forms. For classroom birthdays, I always avoid food.
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Re: New Food Find: Milk and Soy Free Cheese Wedges by Daiya

Former Member ·
Does this taste better than your rice cheese? My 2 year old wouldn't eat that. This cheese uses coconut milk, correct?!
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Re: New Food Find: Allergy-Friendly Cookies Made in a Dedicated Allergy-Free Facility

Cee ·
My daughter is allergic to milk, eggs, soy, gluten, and potatoes. Do these cookies contain potato starch? I notice a lot of gluten free products contain potato starch.
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DBV Submits Viaskin Peanut Treatment for FDA Biologics License

KFA News Team ·
DBV Technologies today announced the submission of a Biologics License Application (BLA) to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for Viaskin Peanut for the treatment of peanut allergy in children four to 11 years of age. Viaskin Peanut is the Company’s lead product candidate, which is based on epicutaneous immunotherapy (EPIT), a proprietary technology platform that delivers biologically active compounds to the immune system
 
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