Re: Anyone have a child with food allergies?
My oldest son is allergict to milk, moved to soy and then it was suggested that soy is linked to cancer so we are using rice milk with him now. That isn't so difficult there.
Now, my oldest daughter has a sensitivity to wheat and that one has proven to be difficult. Wheat is in everything, even hot dogs! She doesn't have life threatening reactions but behavior reations that cause other issues in the family. So she doesn't get wheat products very often. It's Quinoa, rice and corn bases products for breads, cereals and pasta's.
Just read, read, read your labels! Every last one of them. Remembering that if your milk sensitivity is severe, that dairy/milk has many different names in labels. Learn what they are so that you can identify them.
Brenda & Brian-Parents to: Tiffany 15, Claire 12, Keegan 8, Nathan 6, Teague 2, Charlotte 12 months
SAHM, HSing, cloth diapering, non-vaxing, babywearing, LDS, aspiring midwife and natural birthing mama