Dairy/Soy/ and Wheat allergies

Marissa - posted on 02/05/2009 ( 3 moms have responded )

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I have asked on here about dairy and soy but now we've added wheat to our son's allergies. Anyone have suggestions for foods for him?

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Bianca - posted on 02/08/2009

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Quoting Marissa:

Dairy/Soy/ and Wheat allergies

I have asked on here about dairy and soy but now we've added wheat to our son's allergies. Anyone have suggestions for foods for him?



hi,  my 4yo boy has ceoliac's n my 2yo boy can't have dairy or soy.



i give both my boys rice milk, they love it, and u can use it in anything u would usually use milk.  there's also i site u can join



www.freedomfoods.com.au  this is an allergy site that can send u recipes and some samples of snacks and where to buy them.



i hope i've helped u a little.



regards- Bianca Van Looy

Valentina - posted on 02/07/2009

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Quoting Marissa:

Dairy/Soy/ and Wheat allergies

I have asked on here about dairy and soy but now we've added wheat to our son's allergies. Anyone have suggestions for foods for him?


Hi My son is also allergic to wheat as well and I have found rice noodles work well and I know that there are some that are dairy and soy free as well, you could check a health food store if that is a possibility or google it. I have found lots or recipes and ideas that way.

Motomi - posted on 02/06/2009

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I went through similar situation with my son. My son was initially diagnosed with soy and egg allergy at 4 months old then at 12-month checkup, we found out additional allergies to wheat, peas and peanuts and soy and eggs gotten more severe.



My son eats a lot of rice, and in the mornings, he sometimes eat oats (plain quaker oat meal), or grits. I have heard that oats may not be good for some kids with wheat allergy but so far my son doesn't react to that. We are also avoiding milk at this time so instead of butter or milk/condenced milk in oat meal, i sometimes mix fruits (mainly baby food fruit puree) to flavor them. I have also tried baking with other non-wheat flour. A lot of trial and error but there're tons of recipes online or products available at the store. I usually look for gluten free recipes and substitute any allergens (in your case, substitute dairy for example.)



Because of soy, we stay away from any processed food or going out to eat.  I cook and bake everything from scratch except there are few products that you may be able to buy. It is very hard sometimes since I work full time.



Good luck!

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