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WORKOUTWITHPAM Posts: 143,176
6/19/12 1:49 A

Hello, and welcome to SparkPeople. We are glad to have you join us here on the site. You might consider checking with you doctor for a list of foods that you can eat without getting hives. Also, type "Lactose Intolerance" in the search box above this message. A list of the information that SparkPeople has on that topic will come up. Check out the articles, and see if you find any information that will be helpful to you.

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6/18/12 10:00 P

Hi I was wondering if anyone can help i have soy and milk allergies and I'm not big fan of peanut butter ? They are suggest a lot in my food ? I trying to embrace change but I do not want to have hives that is what happen when I eat soy ,and milk ,I'm lactose intolerant.

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