Dining (with) Out (MSG) If someone in your family has food allergies and spends a lot of time “on the road”, it is a good idea to “brown bag” food items such as : oatmeal, nuts, dried fruit, olive oil (in a small jar), a few slices of non preservative / non additive bread, white […]
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The Cancer Connection Where it all began. After surgery and radiation treatment for cancer in the Summer and Fall of 2008 I sent the following email to my children. I do not recall all the sources of this information, but included were links to two film specials that affected me greatly at that time especially […]
Dealing with any allergic reaction is stressful, but an accumulative MSG allergy/intolerance, which is unpredictable, is really a challenge! In this article is a list of Monosodium Glutamate (MSG) and some of its derivatives, or products / ingredients (which may or may not include MSG – love that terminology). Evidently some foods are approved to […]
A Life Saving Exercise Recently I met a lady who has an allergy to bees and as the conversation progressed I came to understand that not only did she not know how to self administer her Epipen in an emergency, she did not know how to open the container, and if in fact it was […]
We recently purchased bulk oranges from California where grower / producers are required to label fruit which has been treated in any way for shipping. From the label: “Treated to maintain freshness in transport with one or more of the following O-Phenylphenol Tiabendazole Imazalil and coated with food grade natural resins and / or vegetable […]