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Recipe for Rice Bread


1 cup rice flour
3 teaspoons baking powder
2 tablespoons bacon fat or oil
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon sugar
3/4 cup water

Sift dry ingredients. Add water and oil. Bake in a loaf pan in a moderate oven.

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Dealing With Food Allergies In Children

Nobody likes battling with allergies. While these can be extremely irritating, allergy sufferers have it even worse if they are allergic to foods and food by products. It is especially hard for parents to know what types of food allergies their children have developed. Usually, by the time parents find out, their child has already experienced a bad reaction.

Food allergies are different from food sensitivities, but both take place in the immune system. Food allergies cause life threatening reactions because the immune system has to attack the food as soon as it enters the body or bloodstream.

An antibody called IgE forms in the immune system to protect the body by clinging to the food proteins that a child (or an adult) is allergic to. When these IgE proteins start to build up, the bloodstream emits harmful chemicals which can result in swelling, difficulty in breathing, vomiting, itching and other symptoms which can even cause certain body systems to shut down.

Food allergies are usually detected before a child reaches three years old. While this is normally the case, many children develop allergies to food later when they are exposed to a wider variety of foods.

The most common food allergies come from products like milk, soy, eggs, wheat and nuts. These foods account for over ninety percent of allergies in children.

There is a considerable difference between having sensitivities to certain foods and being allergic to certain foods. Those who merely have sensitivities to certain foods will experience allergy-like reactions long after eating the food in question. Many times, there is a lapse of at least two hours before the reaction occurs.

People who suffer from real food allergies feel the effects almost instantly. Each time the food is consumed, the reactions will immediately take over the body. While some allergies can be averted if a child avoids the foods while they are young, many children will have to battle their food allergies throughout their whole life.

If you think that your child might have an allergy to food, it would be best to have your child screened with an allergy skin test. With this test, there will be no more doubts in your mind about the safety of your child. If a skin allergy is detected, be certain to inform all family, relatives, friends and providers of health care about it. You must also teach your child the importance of asking about the food they are being served. Knowing what foods are causing allergies can help you avoid those foods altogether.

It is practically impossible to keep your child away from potentially dangerous foods all the time. The most common allergens are usually found on food labels to warn consumers. While this is very helpful, many children do not know how to read labels and may grab a snack without realizing what is actually in it.

Because of the danger of life threatening complications, always have an Epi-pen handy. An Epi-pen is a large shot of epenephrine, which will stabilize the allergic reaction until medical help can arrive. After administering the epenephrine, call 911 to get immediate professional help for your child.

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By: Frank J.Senturi

Author Frank J.Senturi has been researching and reporting on health conditions for many years. You can get more tips and advice on allergic reactions as well as on many other related subjects at his web site.

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