About Me: Female, 37, Carmichael, CA, member since Jan 2013
I am 34, mommy to two fabulous little boys! We just bought our first house, so I am having a blast decorating. I am also a Tastefully Simple Consultant. I love meeting new people. ;) I have mixed results regarding food allergies. Skin and blood tests said different resu
[More]lts regarding possible egg and wheat/gluten allergy. Food allergies: all fish, shrimp. crab, tree nuts, dairy. Environmental Allergens: Grass, Trees, Dust, Pollen. Diagnosed w/ asthma , depression/adhd , chronic sinusitis , and possibly ulcerative colitis/crohn's .
My 3 year old is diagnosed with severe allergies to wheat/gluten, soy, tree nuts, peanuts, dairy, pineapple, tomato, sunflower seeds/oil, palm oil and coconut/coconut oil.
So far my one year old seems to be allergy free! ;D
My 3 year old and I seek alternative therapy [NAET] for our allergies.
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