Allergy Website Links

Corn Allergy & Intolerance
Corn Allergy & Intolerance Group on Facebook
This group is wonderful.  They have a tough love approach to weed out any dangerous exposure risk.  It’s one of the fastest ways to learn about what is safe and what isn’t.
Make sure to check out the notes section.  They have links to all sorts of helpful information.

Corn Allergy Girl
This website stays up to date on the corn free world.  If you want to know what to avoid, this is a good place to look.  There are also printable medical lists, should you ever need to go to the doctor or the emergency room.
She’s got 3 great lists called Where’s the Corn?  These lists can help you find the hidden corn in food, medical and non food items.

Milk Allergy & Intolerance
Go Dairy Free
This was my go to site for eating out at restaurants.  Obviously this was also before our corn and wheat free days.

Peanut Allergy & Intolerance
Peanut Allergy
It has everything.  Peanuts are the deadliest for me, but the easiest to avoid on labels.  Thankfully anything with or made in a facility with, must be labeled.  Too bad there isn’t a warning label for public situations…

2 Replies to “Allergy Website Links”

  1. An allergy-induced sore throat may go away once you’re no longer exposed to allergens. Still, this is easier said than done. If your symptoms are disrupting your ability to live a comfortable life, an allergist may be able to help you find relief. If left unchecked, allergy symptoms can eventually lead to other complications, including sinus infections.

    1. Thank you for your comment! I agree about the sore throat. There are a few good allergists out there. Sadly, there are a lot of unhelpful ones too. I suppose that’s true in any profession. I personally saw a few different specialists that were completely unhelpful about 5 years ago. After being tested for a bunch of different ailments, including cancer, Lupus and more, they determined after doing a biopsy that it was allergies and sent me on my way with no further information. I did eventually meet a great allergist about 2 years ago after we had already determined what our allergies were with an elimination diet. He told me that we were doing everything right and to keep up the good work! We’ve never had a problem with sinus infections, but thank you for your concern!

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