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Loaded Chocolate Cereal Bars

My son has multiple food allergies, so finding safe treats has been hard, but with EoE foods can be added or taken away depending on noted reactions- as a result of resent food trials and scopes, we recently have been able to add rice back into his diet. This is huge, because it greatly expands […]

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Our Allergen List

I just realized some of you may wonder what all the allergens we have to avoid are, so I thought I would give you the list. Caleb has asthma, and is allergic to: Peanuts Treenuts Dairy Cats Has tested out of:  Beef Pork Canola Yeast Eggs Jacob is allergic to: Dairy Egg Peanut Treenuts Soy […]

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EoE & New Allergens Update 8/2012

Jacob has Eosinophilic Esophagitis aka: EoE; an inflammatory disease of the esophagus. Eosinophils are a type of white blood cell, that are not supposed to be found in the throat. If there are more than 15 in a biopsy sample a person is diagnosed with EoE. Jacob has had 4 such scopes done. His counts […]

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Soy Allergy

The Soy allergy is one of the three I find hardest to work around. The others being wheat and corn~These three products are in almost every sauce, and prepared food you can get-even canned tuna fish! It is hard to find food in most American homes that does not contain soy!  It also makes “eating […]

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Spring Morning Muffins

Todays breakfast “Allergy-Safe Spring Morning Muffins”! ~ When you bake with Sun Butter sunflower seed spread  it turns your baked goods a slight greenish shade.   I confess these muffins look rather like my yard at the moment-(including the white left-over snow, and the brown-well, let’s just say we have dogs  and mud!)!~ thus the […]

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Tree-nut Allergy

Whether your child [or you] have an allergy to one of the list of tree nuts, or to ALL of them, chances are you have been told to avoid them all.  A reason behind this is that so many are processed in the same facilities, making  cross contamination a real possibility. Tree nut allergies also […]

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