Dietitian Becky had it correct. You do need to seek the input of a specialist, though
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1,420 12/21/12 9:22 A
Hi my name is melanie Louise Jackson aka (Grease31),
I know that i am, allergic to Seafood eg, Cockles & Muscles i, have had these in, Seafood Platters 3 from, Morrisons & 1 from, Sainsbury's these always make, me very very ill.
I am also allergic, to Peanuts & Peanut, Oil which is used, to make (Earex Ear Drops,) these have made both, my Ears very very, sore & very very, Painfull 2 almost 2, the point where the.
Pain has been that , bad & very very, severe that it has, made me cry &, very very unhappy 2.
Its the sound of the underground, & we gotta fight for this love, before we breakaway, cos silence is golden, & its only words, & love will keep us together, on a night like this, wow, hey baby, my baby love, save your kisses for me, or its goodbye cruel world, forever & ever, goodbye my love.
These are all my favourite song titles, all put 2gether, as a kind of ode/poem, Melanie Louise Jackson (aka Grease 31)
You should definately seek the counseling of a dietitian. Much depends on the type test you had done. Some of these "blood tests" do not mean that you have to avoid the food completely. Or did you have a skin prick type test. There is usually an elimination diet that is the next step to determine your needs and specific foods to adjust in your diet.
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15,065 12/20/12 3:49 P
sounds familiar, I'm got a gluten, lactose, soy and nut intolerances (the soy and nut one are actually harder to manage then the gluten and lactose since so many items out there are made with soy - which is blasted annoying!
I agree with other's seeing a dietician who can help you work out a deal that will help you adapt to whats going on is a good idea, its possible that its not an allergy but a intolerance which if so in time can for some disappear or tolerances build up for small amounts.
There is a group here on SP for Allergic Eating, I'm a member of the group (though I don't post much on the group).
You really need to see a dietician. They will be able to come up with a balanced eating plan for you.
Sorry to hear about all the allergies!
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12/20/12 3:07 P
The doctor who did your allergy testing can refer you to a dietician.
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I just learned I'm allergic to wheat, barley, rye, corn, buckwheat, oats, and all tree nuts. I already couldn't eat fruit fresh or canned, and I'm lactose intolerant. I'm not struggling to data healthy. I'm struggling to eat.
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