Tuesday, September 27, 2022


Do you have serious food allergies?

Do you suffer from any serious food allergies? If so, know you’re not alone! According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, about 32 million people have food allergies in the U.S. Milk is the most common allergen for children, followed by eggs and peanuts. For adults, the most common allergen is shellfish, followed by peanuts and tree nuts. Interesting!

There are only eight foods that cause most allergic food reactions. Those foods are: milk, soy, eggs, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish.

Do you have serious food allergies? Are they of any of the foods mentioned above? Leave a comment and tell us, if you’re willing. Thanks!


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5 months ago


Dean Rowan
5 months ago

Very allergic to cilantro, and I love Mexican food

5 months ago

Nope. Just see food and eat it.

Kaeleen Buckingham
5 months ago

Most of mine are in the ones mentioned: soy (all legumes), tree nuts, dairy, eggs, strawberries, broccoli (yes it is an allergy, I like broccoli), and bananas. The hardest thing to avoid is soy. It is in just about everything but you do not know it until you read the lable.

David Dougherty
5 months ago

I became a type 2 diabetic, caused by chronic carbohydrate toxicity, and now I do not eat anything containing sugar or its other form as starch.  I don’t eat any grain, like corn or rice or wheat or rye or bread or pasta, and I don’t eat starchy vegetables like potatoes or beans and I eat almost no fruit.  As a result I am no longer a diabetic and I do not need medication as long as I eat this way.

Bob Weinfurt
5 months ago

I got real sick to my stomach a few times after eating ocean perch but otherwise I’m good.

Michael Galvin, PhD
5 months ago

No, but my wife is allergic to any animal that lives in water.

Richard Hughes
5 months ago

Walnuts turn the inside of my mouth to hamburger and most fish cause me difficulty in breathing.

Last edited 5 months ago by Richard Hughes
5 months ago

If it doesn’t eat me, I will eat it. No allergies to food, I will try anything once! At 6’7” I once had a cup of coffee and I think it stunted my growth

5 months ago

My G.I. system has an intolerance for mushrooms so I avoid them. I don’t like what happens when some are sneaked into a sauce or casserole and I’m not aware of it. My Mom also had the same problem.

5 months ago

Just walnuts – get canker sores. Love peanuts, almonds etc…..

Tommy Molnar
5 months ago

When I was a wee tot I used to tell my mom I was allergic to liver. Didn’t work. Now I LOVE it!

5 months ago

I don’t but my poor wife does, can’t eat anything that has nuts or seeds!

Gene Bjerke
5 months ago

My only allergy is to work.

Cindy Walker
5 months ago

I have a corn intolerance. I can’t eat anything with corn or corn products. Corn is not on the list of allergies but it should be.

John M
5 months ago

Didn’t use to have any but too many pistachio nuts give me a problem now.

John M
5 months ago
Reply to  John M

oh yes and since retirement, now work doesn’t set too good either. LOL

Bob p
5 months ago

Everything sweet makes me swell up in layers of FAT. So I must be careful not to eat too much. Lol

T Edwards
5 months ago

Over 70% of the shrimp consumed in the US originates from SE Asia. If I eat that shrimp me lips swell up and I have difficulty breathing. Absolutely no reaction from Gulf or Atlantic shrimp. Turns out SE Asian shrimp is raised in sewer treatment waste – in effect they sell us their “crap”.

US shrimp is wild caught. Now enjoy that all you can eat shrimp.

5 months ago
Reply to  T Edwards

That explains why so often shrimp tastes like crap…

Seann Fix with an EV too
5 months ago

Onion… It can kill me, or just make me wish I was dead

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