One of the guys I work with just had his 10yr old daughter tested and it turns out she is intolerant to just about everything. Now I don't always think that the bloodtests for sensitivities are 100% accurate, but he was told they need to cut out gluten, eggs, dairy, peanuts (and other tree nuts), and most likely soy. This leaves them with very little IMO to eat. I'm gluten free and semi-dairy free so I'm only a little bit of help to him. I gave him this web address as a starting off point, but right now, their heads are swimming. He has 3 other kids and they are trying to decide if they whole family should follow some of the guidelines or just the daughter. They are seeing a dietician soon, but thought maybe I could get some other great resources from this group - this is always my first stop for questions since you all are so super helpful all the time. I'm really just looking for ideas on what a 10yr old can eat with all this.
Sidenote - he didn't say whether or not the Dr. did a celiac panel. I told him about it (had never heard of celiac disease before) and asked that he call the Dr prior to pulling gluten out of her diet. The sheer number of intolerances suggests to me that there is something else going on.