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Initial post: Mar 7, 2009 9:07:11 AM PST
I'd like to get some conversations going to exchange recipes, information, and tips for those of us with food allergies. I must follow a diet that is free of any lactose, gluten, or soy. I adapt and develop recipes, such as a sinful chocolate sauce that I carry over in the refrigerator and then remake about every other week. It meets that craving for chocolate I cannot get from candy bars. I also have just discovered a wonderful sandwich bread recipe that is gluten free. I'd love to have a discussion thread begun on these topics, as well as others with food allergies and how they are managing them. Anyone interested?

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 7, 2009 2:25:45 PM PST
B. Shinn says:
I too have food allergies, soy, tomatoes, oranges and I have IBS on top of all of that. My diet is pretty boring, very basic but I did find a soy-free chocolate candy bar at the local natural food store. The candy bar is great, different flavors, manufactured by Rapunzel. There was another brand at Trader Joe's, I can't recall the brand, they were awesome as well. Sorry I don't have much in the way of recipes. Best wishes!

In reply to an earlier post on Mar 7, 2009 3:18:28 PM PST
Last edited by the author on Mar 7, 2009 3:20:03 PM PST
"Sorry I don't have much in the way of recipes."

That's okay. I just wanted to have a forum here for those of us with food allergies to commisserate and come together. It can be a very lonely road when one feels they are the only one dealing with these issues. I have lots of recipes and will gladly share them. I'm sorry to hear you have IBS. That makes it all even harder. I am allergic to lactose, gluten (wheat, rye, barley, oats), soy, and grapes. I use a lot of almond cheese, almond milk, and I have developed a chocolate sauce that satisfies my chocoholic needs. I think I would cry if I couldn't have tomatoes and orange juice. They are staples in my diet. Good luck to you too, and let me know if I can offer any recipes. I also adapt and develop them, so if I can be of any help in that, I will gladly do so.

In reply to an earlier post on Dec 21, 2011 7:59:53 AM PST
Kerri Ryan says:
Allergies result from adrenal glands that are not healthy enough to process the allergens. By adding among other things, Vitamin C and a B-complex to the diet, you should see her allergies disappear.
see- Allergies Result From Adrenal Stress (Alternative Medicine- Allergies Result From Stress Book 2)
Good luck!
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