Livonia Chiropractor | Livonia chiropractic care | MI | Common Food Allergens

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Dr. Sherry Yale, D.C.

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Common Food Allergens

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Corn Allergies  
Always read the ingredients on a product label to be sure they don't contain a substance you are allergic or sensitive to. When complete ingredients are not available, use the information here as a general guide.

The following is a list of products that contain corn.

    * Adhesives (envelopes, labels, stickers, tapes, stamps)
    * Any products that contain cornmeal, corn flour, corn oil, cornstarch, corn sugar, corn syrup or sorbitol.
    * Aspirin
    * Bacon
    * Baking powder (most)
    * Bath or body powder
    * Beer, ale, gin, whisky
    * Biscuits
    * Bisquick
    * Breads (commercial)
    * Brown sugar
    * Cake, pancake and pie mixes
    * Candied fruit
    * Candy
    * Canned fruits (sweetened)
    * Canned or bottled juice drinks
    * Capsules
    * Carob (CaraCoa
    * Cereals (presweetened)
    * Coffee (instant)
    * Coffee Rich
    * Confectioner's sugar
    * Cookies
    * Corn kernels
    * Corn cereal
    * Corn chips
    * Cornmea
    * Corn oil and anything fried in it
    * Cornstarch
    * Corn sugar
    * Corn syrup
    * Cottage cheese (thickened)
    * Cranberry juice (some)
    * Custards
    * Doughnuts
    * Dried fruits (sweetened)
    * Fritos
    * Frostings
    * Frozen fruits (sweetened)
    * Fruit desserts
    * Graham crackers
    * Gravies
    * Ham (cured)
    * Hominy
    * Hot dogs
    * Ice cream
    * Infant formulas (Enfamil, Similac, Advance, Portagen, Lofenalac, Isomil, Prosobee, Nursoy
    * Powder [not liquid], Soyalac [not I-Soyalac], Pedialyte, Hydrolyzed casein, Nutramigen, Progestimil
    * Jellies and gelatin mixes
    * Luncheon meats
    * Maize
    * Milk in paper containers
    * Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
    * Ointments
    * Oleomargarine
    * Orange juice (some frozen or sweetened)
    * Paper cups, cartons, plates and any liquids contained in them
    * Peanut butter (commercial sweetened
    * Pie fillings
    * Plastic food wrappers (some)
    * Popcorn
    * Puddings
    * Sandwich spreads
    * Sauces that have been thickened but are transparent (e.g. Chinese style)
    * Sausages
    * Sherbet
    * Sticky portion of envelopes and stamps
    * Sorbitol
    * Succotash
    * Suppositories
    * Tablets (most medicinal)
    * Tea (instant)
    * Toothpastes/powders
    * Vitamins (some)
    * Yogurt (thickened or sweetened)
    * Zest soap

*A major portion of this list comes from Doris J. Rapp, M.D., Is This Your Child? William Morrow, New York, 1991.

Egg Allergies   
Always read the ingredients on a product label to be sure they don't contain a substance you are allergic or sensitive to. When complete ingredients are not available, use the information here as a general guide.

The following is a list of products that contain egg.

    * Albumen
    * Baked goods (cakes, cookies, muffins, some pies, etc.)
    * Some bread, candy and coffee
    * Creamed foods
    * Croquettes
    * Crusts (if shiny bread, etc.)
    * Custards
    * Egg whites
    * Powdered or dried egg
    * French toast
    * Fritters
    * Frostings
    * Ice cream (Bavarian, custard, French vanilla)
    * Mayonnaise
    * Meringue
    * Mousse
    * Root beer
    * Salad dressing
    * Sauces (hollandaise)
    * Sausage
    * Souffle
    * Soups (some)

*A major portion of this list comes from Doris J. Rapp, M.D., Is This Your Child? William Morrow, New York, 1991.

Milk Allergies    
Always read the ingredients on a product label to be sure they don't contain a substance you are allergic or sensitive to. When complete ingredients are not available, use the information here as a general guide.

The following is a list of products that contain milk.

Dried, condensed, evaporated or liquid whole, 2%, 1%, skim, lactase treated, acidophilus milk and buttermilk. Anything made with any of the items in this list:

    * Breaded meat, fish or poultry
    * Butter
    * Casein or caseinate (milk protein)
    * Cheese
    * Cream
    * Custard
    * Egg replacers
    * Half-and-half
    * High calcium cereals
    * Hot dogs
    * Ice cream
    * Ice milk
    * Instant cocoa preparations
    * Lactalbumen
    * Lactoglobulin
    * Lactose (milk sugar)
    * Luncheon meats
    * Margarines (some)
    * Mashed, creamed, au gratin or scalloped dishes
    * "Nondairy" substitutes such as Coffee-Mate, Prem, and Cool Whip contain casein or caseinate
    * Omelets
    * Scrambled eggs
    * Sherbet
    * Sour cream
    * Whey
    * Whipped topping
    * Yogurt

*A major portion of this list comes from Doris J. Rapp, M.D., Is This Your Child? William Morrow, New York, 1991.

Soy Allergies    
Always read the ingredients on a product label to be sure they don't contain a substance you are allergic or sensitive to. When complete ingredients are not available, use the information here as a general guide.

The following is a list of products that contain soy.

    * Adhesives
    * Animal fodder
    * Automobile parts
    * Blankets
    * Candles
    * Celluloid
    * Cloth
    * Cosmetics
    * Crisco
    * Dog and cat food (some)
    * Enamel
    * Fertilizer
    * Glycerin
    * Ice cream and ice milk
    * Infant soy formulas (Soyalac, I- Soyalac, Nursoy, Isomil, and Prosobee) ?Infant milk formulas (Enfamil, SMA, Similac, Advance, Portagen, Alimentum, Good Start)
    * Lecithin
    * Linoleum
    * Liquid protein foods
    * Margarine (Mrs. Filbert's soft, Land O'Lakes, Imperial, Parkay, Promise, Farmdale, Blue Bonnet, Mazola)
    * "Massage oils and creams
    * Nondairy products
    * Oils
    * Paint
    * Paper sizing and finishes
    * Protein bars and powders
    * Protein bars and powders
    * Puritan oil
    * Sherbet
    * Soap
    * Soybeans
    * Soy oil
    * Soy sauce
    * Soy nuts
    * Soy noodles
    * Soy sprouts
    * Spry Varnish

*A major portion of this list comes from Doris J. Rapp, M.D., Is This Your Child? William Morrow, New York, 1991.

Wheat Allergies   
Always read the ingredients on a product label to be sure they don't contain a substance you are allergic or sensitive to. When complete ingredients are not available, use the information here as a general guide.

The following is a list of products that contain wheat.

    * Any products that contain flour, bran, wheat germ, wheat starch or gluten
    * Baked goods
    * Bagels
    * Biscuits
    * Bread crumbs
    * Bread
    * Breakfast cereals
    * Cakes
    * Coffee substitutes
    * Cookies
    * Cracker meal
    * Crackers
    * Deep-fried foods (chicken, fish, vegetables, cheese sticks, etc.)
    * Dinner rolls
    * Doughnuts
    * Dumplings
    * Ice cream cones and sandwiches
    * Gravy
    * Hamburgers
    * Hot dogs
    * Luncheon meats
    * Malt
    * Muffins
    * Pancakes
    * Pasta (macaroni, spaghetti, lasagna, etc.
    * Pies
    * Pizza
    * Salad dressing
    * Sauces that have been thickened but are opaque (e.g. cream sauce)
    * Soups
    * Stuffing
    * Swiss steak
    * Waffles

*A major portion of this list comes from Doris J. Rapp, M.D., Is This Your Child? William Morrow, New York, 1991.

 
 
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