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Food Allergies/intolerances Other Than Gluten
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Do you have any food allergies/intolerances other than gluten?   37 members have voted

  1. 1. Do you have any food allergies/intolerances other than gluten?

    • No
      9
    • Yes, dairy/lactose
      11
    • Yes, corn
      1
    • Yes, soy
      2
    • Yes, yeast
      1
    • Yes, eggs
      2
    • Yes, dairy/lactose and corn
      0
    • Yes, dairy/lactose and soy
      3
    • Yes, dairy/lactose, corn, and soy
      3
    • Yes, other
      5

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I was just wondering how common other food allergies/intolerances are among other Celiacs.

Thanks for any replies!

-Carrie

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there are also a lot of pople with nut allergies

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I didn't vote, but I have suspicions on corn, and am uncertain about dairy.

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When I do the test from York Allergy I'll let you know. Waiting for reimbursement to my Enterolabs test so that I can afford it. ;)

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Hello, Kalo. Do you feel that the York company is the best one for the IGG Elisa testing? There are so many of them out there that offer this, but I have never been able to determine which one is best. I believe I remember reading one time that one of the labs had a far better history than all others, but the article I had read never mentioned which one. In your opinion, is York the best?

Does anyone else know anything about the Lame Advertisement company and/or the type of test they perform? Does anyone recommend any other types of tests to be done for those with Celiac? We're pretty new to this. Thanks-

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I'm going from the testimonies on this board. I do know that the Elisa food test is good. The neat thing about York Allergy is that you can do it at home. There used to be a link to them on the home page. I don't know if it's still there.

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Info for York Nutritional Lab

www.yorkallergyusa.com

phone (888) 751-3388

Takes about 4 weeks to get the results (especially during hurricane season as they are in Florida).

We used it. Results indicate on a scale between 1-4 as the level of your sensitivity. My husband is senstive to : corn, cow's milk, soy, cashew, almond, yeast, wheat, egg yolk, lentils, hazelnut, and chili pepper.

He's already avoiding vegetables and fruits as they are hard to digest for him. This is becoming like the theatre of the absurd.

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I am allergic to all grains that are from the grass family, eggs, poultry, peaches, tree nuts, strawberries, and nectarines. It sometimes makes eating difficult!

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I'm allergic to shell fish as well. That appeared suddenly several years ago (after having eaten crab, lobster many times up until then with no problems) but appeared before the gluten problem.

I'm also allergic to bee stings, but I don't eat them :P

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I just voted for all but also have intollerance for peanuts.

-Kate

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