I just found out my daughter (12) has corn, soy, nuts and tomato allergies through testing. I am having a difficult time finding foods she can eat and likes. She has stomach problems and migraines (dizziness). This is why she was tested. Any suggestions?
How are you? How is your daughter? Can you tell me more about her stomach problems? Allergy Avoidance Diet emphasizes the consumption of hypoallergenic foods. These foods include lamb, pears, apples, rice, most vegetables, most beans and legumes and the non-gluten grains, sweeteners allowed are maple syrup or brown rice syrup. Acceptable beverages include rice milk, pear nectar, chamomile tea, and sparkling water without any added sweeteners. If you are simply trying to avoid wheat, dairy, or corn, you can include a wide variety of fruits and vegetables in your allergy avoidance diet.Soy sauce, shoyu, tamari, miso, tofu, tempeh, soy curd, and soy granules would all be avoided on a soy-free meal plan. This link may be of help: http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=diet&dbid=7
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