The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 350 Natural Foods Recipes, free of all common food allergens: wheat-free dairy-free egg-free-, corn-free, sugar free, yeast-free

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The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 350 Natural Foods Recipes, free of all common food allergens: wheat-free free milk, egg – free, corn-free, sugar free, yeast-free

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    3 Responses to “The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 350 Natural Foods Recipes, free of all common food allergens: wheat-free dairy-free egg-free-, corn-free, sugar free, yeast-free”

    1. Charlene Vickers says:
      144 of 151 people found the following review helpful:
       3.0 out of 5 stars Most recipes contain nuts, seafood, grains or , 20th August 2004
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      class=”h3color tiny”> This review is from: The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 350 Natural Foods Recipes, free of all common food allergens: wheat-free dairy-free-free egg-, corn-free, sugar free, yeast-free (Paperback) Although this is a very useful book for anyone who is an unusual food allergy, would those who are allergic to peanuts, tree nuts and shellfish (and those who are intolerant to gluten) to not find this book useful. The Most of the recipes feature nuts or peanuts as main ingredients, and there is no real help on how to make a change, given. As the most common allergies (and most serious, sometimes even death) are nuts and peanuts, I’m surprised that These ingredients are prominently featured in an alleged allergy cookbook.

      The same could be in terms of seafood recipes and many recipes contain corn or (as is the case with oats) can be said with other grains that contain gluten be contaminated. Even a trace of gluten can cause grief to someone with celiac sprue.

      I have not found this book very useful. But could those with allergies to rarer objects or their “allergies” are merely incompatibilities (ie No hives, swelling of throat, cardiac arrest, etc.) are useful in this book, I can not recommend it to suffer the average food allergy, though

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    2. Hugh Victor "Naturopathic Doctor" says:
      75 of 79 people found the following review helpful:
       1.0 out of 5 stars not free of common allergens – and ignored risks of soy , 16th July 2005
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      class=”h3color tiny”> This review is from: The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook: Over 350 Natural Foods Recipes, free of all common food allergens: wheat-free dairy-free-free egg-, corn-free, sugar free, yeast-free (Paperback) As Allergy, which advises many allergy sufferers, I am worried that this book describes itself as “free of all common allergens” still contains many recipes with soy, peanuts or nuts. It is known that peanut and nut allergies to the spread of severe allergies. Less well known is that the reactions are becoming more common on soybeans. In fact, people who are allergic to peanuts are often allergic to soy as well as if they might not know. Deaths due to soy in children who had not previously reacted to soy were reported in Sweden and the Ministry of Health points out that children who are allergic to peanuts and asthma are at very high risk. I begin also found that those who are allergic to milk, drink soy milk, is likely to soon be allergic to soy as well. Finally, people who eat a lot of soy often develop digestive problems and “leaky gut syndrome”, resulting in further problems for allergy sufferers. But the book contains many recipes with soy. I recommend that people educate themselves as completely as possible on this issue, if they think they have soy allergies or not by reading the book “The Whole Soy Story” by Daniel Kaayla. The book was written by Dr. Doris Rapp, a leading authority on allergies, which was approved drrapp.com a great site.

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    3. Melissa Cheok says:
      58 of 60 people found the following review helpful:
       5.0 out of 5 stars This book is my bible since I bought it! , 11th Was in March 2003
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      class=”h3color tiny”> This review is from: The Allergy Self- Help Cookbook: Over 350 Natural Foods Recipes, free of all common food allergens: wheat-free dairy-free-free egg-, corn-free, sugar free, yeast-free (Paperback) My review refers to the version of the book that has 350 recipes. But I would assume that this version of a similar quality.

      This book is really a great resource for me was. My son (3) has multiple food allergies (wheat, rye, corn, continue to eggs, soy, milk, poultry, food in the night-shade family such as potatoes, tomatoes, peppers …. the list). It has to know quite a nightmare, what was getting to him. And he began to develop sensitivities of the food he ate the whole time (oats, pork).

      When I got this book I learned about the rotation diet, such as how food is sensitive to when it is exposed over a longer period. It provided me with alternative foods, information about food groups (which is important when planning a rotation diet) used to lots of alternative things instead of sugar (agave syrup, maple or date sugar), how to use alternative flours (amaranth, quinoa , Buckwheat, Teff), which all have so much help. I have extensively with breakfast and a better bread section, and also the snack and dessert sections. With the range of allergies, which my son, have been the hardest types of food to prepare. The main course sections have some good suggestions as well. Recommend I would have this book if you treat them with multiple allergies and have to be at a loss where to start. I found the recipes in this book to serve much better than the recipes from the Food Allergy Network, which is rather strange. The recipes from the FAN had mostly wheat flour in them, and provided no information on rotation diets, food groups or alternative flours. Some of the other books I’ve bought are not very strong in these areas. This book is especially good if you the type of allergies that I have listed earlier. . If you only have one or two of these allergies, perhaps you might find the recipes too esoteric and it would be unnecessary to go so far as I have to find the right food

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