September 5, 2007 at 9:33 am #42184AnonymousInactive
thank you laura for ALL THIS WONDERFUL INFO and thank you Therese for bumping it!May 22, 2009 at 8:02 am #62636hellbenntKeymaster
bump- lots of dead links…anyone have a sec to try & find google caches to copy & paste?anyone have a sec to help with this page (well page one mainly)PM me or just dive in, LOL!thanks!~lauraMay 22, 2009 at 4:51 pm #62644hellbenntKeymaster
The Joneja Food Allergen Scale
Thiis table is based on the typical North American diet and compiled from a wide variety of sources. Foods are listed from the highest to the lowest allergenicity. People vary in their reactivity to foods and show a different pattern of reactivity depending on their individual characteristics. Persons following ethnic diets tend to show a different order of allergenicity. Allergenicity depends on a variety of factors including frequency of exposure to the food. Visit Dr. Jonja’s site to learn more.
VEGGIES FRUITS NUTS &
MEATS ETC. DAIRY Wheat
1%, 2%, Skim
Corn Carrot (raw)
Other white fish
Cabbage (outer leaves)
Canned milk (evaporated) Buckwheat (kasha) Celery (cooked)
Currants (red/ black) Pumpkin seed Pork Processed cheese Tapioca
Peach (cooked/ canned) Bean sprouts Chicken
Soft cheese (Philadelphia) Sago
Squashes (all types) Cranberry
Poppy seed Wild meats
Pear Butter Turnip
Clarified butterJuly 15, 2020 at 10:34 pm #184086veronica veronicaMember
IMPORTANT! Although the following foods may be lower on the Joneja Food Allergen Scale, they have NOT been shown to have great success on TED diets completed by InfantReflux moms: sweet potatoes, carrots. Other foods higher on the list that have also been troublesome for moms are: eggs, citrus, tomato, rice, wheat, oats, nuts, pea protein, peanut butter, grapes.
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