Multiple Food Allergies: A Common Symptom of Mast Cell Activation Syndrome What do you eat when you’re allergic to everything?

By Lonnie Marcum

W hat are you going to do when everything your child eats makes her sick? As I’ve explained in my earlier posts about mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS), virtually anything my daughter put in her mouth triggered a serious allergic reaction.

Multiple Food Allergies: Symptom of Mast Cell Activation SyndromeHowever, with the help of an incredible medical team and my daughter’s determination to succeed, we found a path to healing. I’m sharing what we did in hopes that it can help others in the same boat.

I have been writing for since 2016. By far, the most frequent question I’m getting is how to survive a food intolerance crisis. To answer the question, I want to share how we got my daughter past her extreme food sensitivities.

Food Crisis 101

At the beginning of this MCAS journey, our routine was very stringent. Once we found the right combination of antihistamines and she was able to go three months without an allergic reaction, we could relax a little. Believe me, I do know what it’s like to be in food crisis, so I’ve laid out a sample of some of our favorite low-histamine foods below to help others learn the process……Join or login below to continue reading.

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