Do your kids have allergies?

panafrica

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MrBlak said:
How does one figure out these allergies once a child is born without the child having to suffer, get sick and possibly die in some cases?
You have to get the child a blood test, which should figure out what they might be allergic to. However, in general no one has an idea until the child eats something and has a reaction to it.
 

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Panafrica,
Purplemoons,
have you ever read the book "African Holistic Health"? ...I'm pretty sure in it contains many foods that we eat, and as black people, we can not consume the same foods as whites. Both me and my husband had this book and "bamb"...they're both gone. but I do have the book comming to me again and I will be sure to post the things that may be helpful for little Panafrica and any one else that have allergys. One things for sure...when it comes to what's being put into our bodies, we need to seek further than doctors. I will get back to you on this very soon.
 

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Please do Queentswana....this is something I'd definately be interested in. My wife is African, so my daughter actually eats a lot of African food: Okra Soup, Cod Fish, Plaintains, Rice, and Peanut Soup. Peanut Soup is a major African dish (indeed Africans were using Peanut Butter before George Washington Carver)...so not being able to eat that would be a serious problem. Maybe it is the processed peanut butter we use?
 

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Thank you so much Queentswana! I will be humbly waiting for your post. :help:

Hey Nita! I can't eat shelled fish either. It does the same thing to me.

I knew somebody would pass through with some info! :jumping: :jumping:
 

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panafrica said:
Please do Queentswana....this is something I'd definately be interested in. My wife is African, so my daughter actually eats a lot of African food: Okra Soup, Cod Fish, Plaintains, Rice, and Peanut Soup. Peanut Soup is a major African dish (indeed Africans were using Peanut Butter before George Washington Carver)...so not being able to eat that would be a serious problem. Maybe it is the processed peanut butter we use?

keyword: "PROCESSED" ...(major problem) In the long run, it breaks down the Imune System.
It's funny that you mentioned 'processed peanut butter because that's one of the things I remember reading in this book. (the ingretients will turn your stomach)
Here's what I'll do, I'll have my husband post some things on his site that will (I'm sure) will be helpful to you until we can get the book. We have so, so many african tapes, but it's one that speaks about some of the foods that go into our bodies and all that good stuff. I will find that tape and have my husband set up a time to play it in class. Just let me know if you want to hear it...and he will set it up.
p.s. do you give "little panafrica cow milk?
 

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