100 Posts of Adult Food Allergy Awareness!

Hello blog-world! As blog editor for Adults with Allergies, I am very happy to announce that this is our 100th blog post! On behalf of our writing team, I’d like to personally thank you for taking the time to visit our webpage and read a blog or two. If you are currently following our blog, thank you so much! If you are not yet a follower, please follow us as we have quite a few really awesome blog topics that will be posted soon and we want to make sure you won’t miss them!

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As part of our constant drive to make the Adults with Allergies blog better, we would like to hear from you. I can look at site statistics about what blog topics had the most views, but that doesn’t tell me enough about what you, the reader, want to hear more about. No matter how trivial or silly you think your suggestion is, please comment below or send us a private comment through the “contact” tab above. This will really help us target food allergy blog topics that interest you.

Once again, thank you so much for checking us out! Please follow our blog, read through our new hot topics, comment, start discussions, and keep being awesome!

– Dylan B.

2 thoughts on “100 Posts of Adult Food Allergy Awareness!”

  1. I would love to see more discussions concerning extreme sensitivity, such as having to be concerned with the sources of ingredients like xanthan gum and probiotics because they can be sourced from allergens like wheat and having to avoid allergen exposures from residue on grocery packages and other surfaces. It seems like there’s little to no discussion about extreme sensitivity, and I clearly suffer from it.

  2. I would love to see more discussions of issues surrounding extreme sensitivity to allergens. For example, some have to worry about ingredients like xanthan gum or products like probiotics that could be derived from an allergen like wheat or corn. Also, some may have to worry about residue on food packages and other surfaces. Just the tiniest contact with such residue could bring on symptoms. To me, it seems like these types of issues are discussed rarely if at all.

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