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Specific Food Allergies > Peanut/Tree Nut Allergy

Name list of peanut/nut words

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admin rebekahc:
jami
Member
Posted: 09.18.2007 at 12:53 pm     


This is the list I have in my resource binder and the list I give to grandparents or anyone else that could be in charge of my kids.

This is the list we use--there maybe a better list somewhere else--but just to get started. I started this list around 7 years ago and try to update yearly (but I don't usually take off names-just add)

My children are allergic to both peanuts and tree nuts--older DS is contact and very sensitive--younger DS has so far only been reactive to ingestion of a tree nut.

Peanut and Tree Nut Words ingredient list

Common in Soaps and cleaning stuff
Benzaldehyde - almond oil
Palmitic Acid - peanut oil
Shae (sha) oil, nut (shae nut butter in lotions)

Other common names
Peanut oil
Peanut flour
Arachidonic acid
Vegetable oil � if it doesn�t say the source
Arachis oil
Food additive #322
Lecithen � if it doesn�t say the source � soy lecithin is ok
Hydroxylpropyl
Methylcellulose
Palmitic acid
PeanutFlour
Almond flavoring
Almond oil
Lupine (Lupine flour)
Tree Nuts
Pecans
Cashews
Almonds
Walnut
Black Walnut
Hazelnut
Pistachio
Buckeye
Filbert
Pine nut
Brazil Nut
Sapucaya nut
Paradise nut
Tahini
Butternut (not the squash)
Hickory Nut
English Walnut
Chestnut




Anything that says may contains, manufactured in facility, lines, ect..



Coconut---is not a nut

Water chestnut---is not a nut

Nutmeg spice---is not a nut

Michelle Mom to:

DS #1- 10 --peanuts, treenuts, asthma, environmental allergies-grew out of egg

Ds-#2 6- peanuts, treenuts,penicilen, motrin, environmental allergies-grew out of milk, peas

DD -#1 - 13 months old- milk

USA 

admin rebekahc:
Posted: 09.19.2007 at 09:35 am     


Peanuts can be found in or are also known as:

GOOBERS
MONKEY NUTS
MANDELONAS
ARTIFICIAL NUTS
MARZIPAN
NOUGAT 

admin rebekahc:
Wnt2BSoyFree
Member
Posted: 09.22.2007 at 11:15 am     


Vitamin E (can be derived from peanut, soy, etc.) 

Allergies: Who the heck knows any more 

"Some people take Zoloft, Paxil, or Welbutrin to feel normal - I take Claritin, Singulair, Benadryl, & EpiPens." ~Wnt2BSoyFree

USA 

admin rebekahc:
Posted: 09.22.2007 at 02:48 pm 
     

Here's the other list I needed.

Thanks so much you have made my job easier.

The cook in dd school this year is new. I have a feeling he'll be overwhelmed. 
 

admin rebekahc:
JeannieLino
Member
Posted: 09.24.2007 at 10:23 am       


Thanks for the list. I didn't recognize what some of them were, so I looked up on Wikipedia.

Maybe I missed it, but why the concern about methylcellulose? According to wiki, it is just a chemical compound that is nonallergenic. It also appears to be in lots of things.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Methylcellulose

Also, hydroxypropyl. Couldn't find anything 'alarming' about it.

And when I looked up food additive #322 on Wiki, I found a list of what the numbers are, and #322 falls into the antioxidants and acidity regulators 'lactose'

Because I read all of our labels, I am curious to know what is bad for PN allergies with these ingredients. And it means I need to re check everything in my house. (trying not to panic)
 
Jeannie

Twin girls, 5, one PA/TN, one not (but still avoiding!)

Son, 2, avoiding all PN/TN till 5

USA

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