Gluten Free Diet | Wheat Free | Allergy


by Allergy Guy

Most food that you eat is a combination of ingredients. In terms of both allergies and health, it is well worth paying attention to those ingredients.

Of course you will want to scan lists of ingredients for foods you are allergic to, for example wheat or milk. Also, some foods are more healthy than others. In general, the more preventives, food-colouring, salt and sugar in the food, the less healthy the food. In most cases, a long list of ingredients indicates junk food. Sometimes, most or all of the ingredients are food, but most of the time, a long list contains mostly chemicals.

The goal of this section is to provide information about various food ingredients mentioned on this site.

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1 Martin January 9, 2011 at 09:41

I had this severe reaction. A few spoons and it seemed to stick in the throat. I could not breathe and throat was itching and swolen. Could not swallow water started gagging had to induce vomiting to clear airways. Really frightening.


2 admin September 2, 2007 at 13:53

No one said it was

No one said it was impossible to have a quinoa allergy. On the other hand, this is likely extremely rare.

What are your sources? Who were these people? Do you know them?

Do please elaborate.


3 Anonymous September 2, 2007 at 08:56


3 people independenly had severe allergy after eating cooked Quinoa. After eating only a spoonful found themselves choking and gasping.


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