I am allergic to mostly dust and polline and my allergies get really bad in the spring time/summer (like now) only my right eye gets red and waters non stop. I have tried eye drops but all they do is ...
If you allergic to one kind of nut should you avoid all nuts?
I started using nuts that im not allergic to,but i noticed on the package it says proccessed on share equipment with peanuts,milk,wheat,dairy and soy.Does this mean I am getting exposed to these things??/I AM SO FRUSTRATED
Nuts are nuts. If you are allergic, refrain from consuming them.
When you eat those nuts, do you get any reaction? If not, don't worry about it. Those warnings are there on the package for that one person in the entire world who will have a reaction from one molecule of contaminating peanuts.
I read that people who are allergic to peanuts, only 50% are allergic to tree nuts. However, they should be avoided anyway, especially when it comes to kids. You never know what a reaction may be, so why take chances. For adults, unless you have a really severe allergy, I think it's all right.
ahh dont be fustrated. i have an allergy to peanuts, and supposedly almonds and hazelnuts (but not really). i still eat foods that say may contain traces of _________. i just try a little bit of the suspect food, and if i dont react to it, then that particular of say caramilk is ok, because it was from the same batch (same mixture) and whatever part i tried that came in contact with the equipment, the rest of the candy should have come in contact with it as well.
but back to your original question- have you seen an allergy specialist? if you havent then i suggest you do because he/she will test and tell you which particular nuts your are allergic to.
Well, it really depends on the nut. I am allergic to peanuts, pecans, the list goes on and on, but not almonds. Nuts are in the legume family. The labels on the packages say processed in a facility that handles peanuts... so they are safe in case someone gets allergic to their product so they do not get sued. If you are extremely allergic to this nut and you have had an anaphylactic reaction then I would avoid it at all costs. If you have a peanut allergy, you will probably be allergic to other nuts. You are not alone. Many people have nut allergies. Why do you think they stopped serving nuts on planes? Best of Luck!
My daughter is allergic to peanuts but her doctor has always advised us to aviod all tree nuts because when nuts are process lots of times they are mixed together. So the even if you buy almonds and you arent allergic to allmonds at on time they could have been stored with peanuts or cashews, and because nuts are in there purest form when you buy them it makes them more dangerous. You should aviod nuts all together to be safe.
I am highly allergic to peanuts. You really should avoid all nuts. But, I am not
allergic to any other kind. That's just me. My sisters can't touch any nuts, dairy,
fish, etc. Packaging is a pain, isn't it? May contain--don't they know?? That really
gets me. I understand your frustration. Have you had any allergy tests. They can
show what you are and are not allergic to. Good luck.