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FOOD ALLERGIES: How To Save Your Life - Conclusion
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Food Allergies - Part Five - Conclusion
Low Salicylate Diet
No citrus except a spoonful of lemon juice in a glass of water for fresh lemonade. Fruits, bananas, Bartlett pears, and Golden Delicious apples must be ripe and peeled. No berries or raisins. Eat potatoes without skins, brussel sprouts, cabbage, parsley, leeks and chives, beans and peas. Spices: natural sea salt and garlic. Garlic has a natural peppery flavor, delicious in many cooked vegetables and meats. Meats and pasta, cheese, eggs and dairy are high protein sources and low in salicylates.
Golden delicious apples, bananas, pears
Red delicious apples, grapefruit, kiwi, lemon, mango, passion fruit, persimmon, rhubarb, tamarillo, watermelon
Granny Smith and Gala apples, cherries, lychee, mandarin orange, peach, tangelo
Extra High Fruit
Apricots, berry fruits, grapes, orange, plum, pineapple, rock melon, all dried fruit - dates, prunes, sultanas, raisins, figs. All jams, jellies, marmalades, fruit juices.
Bamboo shoots, bean sprouts, brussel sprouts, cabbage(green and red), celery, chickpeas, chives, choko, kidney beans, leeks, lentils, lettuce, limas, peas (dried and fresh), potato peeled, shallot, swede
Asparagus, green beans, beetroot, carrot, cauliflower, kumera, marrow, mushroom, onion, parsnip, potato with skin, pumpkin, sweet corn, turnip.
Alfalfa sprouts, broad beans, broccoli, cucumber, egg plant, spinach, watercress
Extra High Vegetables
Capsicum, courgette, gherkin, olive, radish, tomato, all tomato based foods, i.e., tomato sauce, catsup, baked beans, etc.
Low: Herbs, Spices, Seasonings, Alcoholic Beverages
Garlic, parsley, soy sauce, malt vinegar, cashew nuts, poppy seeds, cocoa, carob, sugar, chocolate, camomile tea, dandelion coffee, tonic water, gin, vodka, whiskey
Nuts, coconut, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, beer, cider, sherry, brandy
Honey, coffee, wine, port, fruit teas
Herbs and spices, white vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, tea, peppermint tea, rum, liqueurs.
In addition to the sources quoted within the body of this article, diet material used by permission of Allergy Awareness Association of New Zealand.