Safe Allergy Foods
And Identifying Your Options
"What are some safe allergy foods for me" has got to be one of the first things on your mind after an initial doctor's visit. Many times, multiple visits must be made to the doctor or allergist before you will actually be given a definitive diagnosis. During this time, every time you open your mouth and insert food, that nagging doubt is going to be in your mind, "I hope I don't get sick from this food".
What Foods Are Commonly Considered Safe
Because trying to track down and identify your specific food allergy
can be a long drawn out process before it is decided this is your problem, the following is a list of some food choices considered low allergenic
- Main Course- Rice (preferably brown) and turkey (farm-raised and organic if possible)
- Grains- Teff, quinoa or millet
- Vegetables- Cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, yams, sweet potatoes, lettuce, beets or spinach
- Fresh Fruits- Apricots, cherries, cranberries or peaches
- CondimentsOlive oil, sea salt, rice vinegar
- Beverages- Filtered water
Each of these foods above are commonly recommended for any hypoallergenic diet. These items seem to be the least likely to cause any reactions in most people. Remember though, the term safe allergy foods is not a 100% guarantee for every body. Somewhere, somebody will even be sensitive to one or more items on this list also. If you notice uncomfortable symptoms, remove that offending food from your list also until a final diagnosis is obtained from your doctor or allergist.
Return to "Food Allergy Safety"
Home | About Us | Contact Us
This site is not intended to replace the advice and supervision of your professional medical treatment plan. Although all of the information is true and accurate to the best of our knowledge, we still recommend you carefully check all food labels before consuming any food product. We can not assume any legal responsibility for any illness obtained while following the advice contained on this site.