So your doctor has told you to go for the big one: eliminating all of the top-8 allergens from your child's diet or your own. Don't worry - we've been there. Take a deep breath, make some room in your pantry and resist the temptation to panic. While it's not the worst elimination diet we've tried (!), getting your head around the idea of knocking out all 8 of the top food allergens at once is overwhelming to say the least. By and large, eliminating just one ingredient isn't so bad - but eliminating a whole bunch of them at once is a whole other story. But like I said earlier, you don't need to worry, you will eat, and eat well -This Cookbook is here to helpFollowing this guide can help you prepare a meal that are particular to your food allergies or other special eating needs. Hidden sources are not as elusive as they were before it became mandatory to list, in plain language, ingredients derived from the Big Eight allergens. But you still need to read labels. Cutting out potentially harmful content like Gluten, Dairy, soy while and so on obviously look impossibleMy allergy is quite ancestral, my mum is highly allergic to wheat, soy and egg. And this has led to so many health issues that pushed us to transit from one diet to another but the allergy reactions kept coming till I had to visit the doctor then begin an elimination diet. The book contains over 350 recipes with nutritional information for all 8 basic allergies and more which include but not limited to Dairy, Wheat/Gluten, Soy, Egg, Nuts and Peanuts free recipes. The mouthwatering recipes are classified in Breakfast, Main Dishes and Side Dishes, very easy to make and will help you watch your allergy.
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