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Do your allergies cross-react?  Interesting, I'm highly allergic to latex & have problems with about half the foods on the cross reaction list.

Do your allergies cross-react? Interesting, I'm highly allergic to latex & have problems with about half the foods on the cross reaction list.

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If you have ANY food allergies, you'll want to read this article about cross reactive foods. Latex allergies are highlighted but there's also information on all cross reactive foods. #crossreactivefoods #foodsallergies #dairyfree #glutenfree

Latex is a natural product which is a milky, sticky colloid extracted from the bark of the rubber tree (hevea brasiliensis). This latex among other ingredients consists of various types kinds of proteins some of which are thought to be the cause of allergies.

Latex is a natural product which is a milky, sticky colloid extracted from the bark of the rubber tree (hevea brasiliensis). This latex among other ingredients consists of various types kinds of proteins some of which are thought to be the cause of allergies.

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Living with a Latex Allergy: Poison in Surprising Places at Home

Before my honeymoon to Mexico in 2010 I was an allergy-free person. I mean in Spring, sure I was bothered by some typical pollens, but I never had to take Benadryl or carry an Epi-pen. After my run in with a water-born parasite, my body’s immune...

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Are you allergic to ragweed or grass? How about gluten or peanuts? Check to make sure your common foods are not cross reacting with your allergens! - http://www.mygutsy.com/healing-update-2/

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If you have ANY food allergies, you'll want to read this article about cross reactive foods. Latex allergies are highlighted but there's also information on all cross reactive foods. #crossreactivefoods #foodsallergies #dairyfree #glutenfree