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Food Allergies And Intolerances
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(from MedicalNewsToday.com)

*Note: This article was writed for the UK, but most of the information applies universally.

Foods that cause allergy

24 May 2004

In theory, any food can cause a food allergy. But in fact just a handful of foods are to blame for 90% of allergic reactions to food. These foods are known as the

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I do have a couple of questions. The milk test from entero labs, is it for lactose intolerance or protien allergy? Also, I've read that many people with celiac disease have lactose intolerance. But then I've read that after the intestines start to heal on a gluten-free diet, they find that they can once again eat dairy. Has that been true for many here? Hugs, Carol B

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How nice to see that rice and peaches go together as allergens. I am allergic to peaches, and right now am struggling to breathe because I ate some rice crisps. I do have an IgE mediated reaction to grasses, of which rice is one. It is just nice to have some answers.

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Kalo (Carol B.),

Enterolabs milk sensitivity test is for milk protein. Lactose is a milk sugar. I've been told by my childrens GI that we should outgrow the milk sensitivity. I hope so. I miss cheese terribly, so does my daughter, and my kids would like some regular ice cream! There are just so many more gluten-free foods we could eat, but currently have to avoid because of the dairy!

I liked this article because it explains a lot about how allergies affect people. It also explained why I can tolerate soybean oil and soy lecithin, but not soy in the form of soy sauce. I always wondered about that.

God bless,

Mariann

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How will you know that you have out grown the milk sensitivity? Testing or trying dairy? It was lactose intolerance that I read about that went away once the intestines started to heal. May do a search on both of them. Yes, I do hope I can have dairy. That's got to be a tuffy. Hugs, Carol B

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I suppose we will know by trying dairy again and seeing if we have problems. I planned on waiting at least 6 months to a year. If we do fine on dairy, then after a few months, getting the test done again to make sure we are not producing antibodies to milk. I'll probably do that when we retest for gluten antibodies. Being gluten free is easy, compared to gluten & dairy free!

God bless,

Mariann

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