Idea Of Travel Got You Down? Ideas To Eliminate Stress Of Travel

Have you traveled a lot before? Have you traveled enough to have developed a personal system or organizational plan for traveling? If you do have an awesome plan, do you want to make it even more awesome? If you were involved in an emergency situation during your travels, could you handle yourself? If you cannot answer these questions confidently, look at the tips below.

Prepare ahead of time if you’ll be traveling by airplane. Major airports can be difficult to get to because of long traffic delays. Pack your suitcase beforehand to save time. Get yourself completely ready to go the night before your trip. You want to do everything possible to avoid arriving late for your flight.

Be wise when traveling to foreign countries if you have or believe you have food allergies. You need to know the language’s food related words, particularly if you have bad reactions to foods. This will help you ask locals about foods you want to avoid. Also, if the worst happens, you’ll be able to tell a doctor about your allergies.

Browse around this site Be vigilant when dealing with local police or other officials, in case they’re not who they claim to be, but instead are imposters. Keep your passport on you at all times, and do not hand it over to anyone. If someone insists you must visit their office, then walk there with them. Do not get into a vehicle with someone that you do not know.

If the venue you want to go to offers online ticketing, take advantage of this service and print your tickets off at home. Even if there’s a fee, it is very much worth it to be able to skip the long lines for purchasing tickets at the venue. Some parks now have tickets that contain a specific time in order to avoid lines.

You will pay far too much for these items, and you will not really save that much room in your luggage. Try to fold your clothes more efficiently with methods such as bundle packing. You may even find some techniques which permit you to pack two or three times as much contents in your bag!

Use sleeping pills to help you fall asleep on an overnight flight. Many people cannot sleep on a plane because of the unfamiliar surroundings, the uncomfortable seats, and the noise from the plane and passengers. A sleeping pill may be just what you need to go to sleep quickly and make it through your flight without any problems. Don’t have the pill before the plane takes off, as a delay or problem may require that the plane returns.

Early in your trip planning process, check whether you’ll need a visa for any of the locations you’ll be visiting. If a visa will be required, apply for it early. Sometimes visas take weeks or even months to process, so it’s best to be prepared ahead of time. Keep in mind that some countries will refuse to allow you into the country without the proper visa in your possession.

Determine if you will need a visa to visit your destination. You should apply for one quite a while before you travel, as they can sometimes take some time to process. Once again, without having the right kind of visa, you won’t be able to get into certain countries.

Exchanging currency abroad is highly discouraged. There is a simpler method to get the currency you need. That way would be obtaining foreign currency from a bank ATM. If you are able to use a bank ATM machine, you will be able to find a more affordable exchange rate and less fees.

Staying awake until about 8pm in local time will help you to adjust better in the new time zone. Although you may feel sleepy, if you go to bed to soon, you are only protracting your jet lag because your body is going to remain in its usual time-zone mode. You will overcome jet lag fast if you help your body quickly adjust to the time zone changes.

Whether your next trip takes you abroad or just up the interstate, these tips should make your travels more enjoyable. Exploring new places and new cultures can be a great experience, so it’s time to get out and start traveling!

49 Comments

  • Shayne Stigall 22nd December 2013 at 7:27 pm

    My 2 year old has food allergies and lately I’ve noticed her eyes are glossy & red. My in laws just bought a cat and she goes quite often. Last night she got a high fever out of no where. Again this evening as well. I tried looking it up but got mixed answers that did not seem like they were based on experience.

  • Tiffaney Thurgood 22nd December 2013 at 7:29 pm

    We’re looking at buying an infant car seat, but I’m not really sure what to look for. What are your opinions on the Z shaped handles on infant car seats? Is it worth it? I personally don’t notice a difference in comfort when carrying that or the old style, but I’ve only picked them up in the stores and I’m pretty short so no matter which one I carry, I bang them against my legs… My baby’s father really wants to get the Z shaped handle because he has heard that it’s so much better.

    The only reason I question it is because I am having a hard time finding car seats with this handle. I looked on babiesrus.com and they have the largest selection of all the other things I’ve looked into buying, however they only have one of the Z shaped handled car seats. Makes me wonder if they’re actually all that great…..

  • Nora Nordahl 22nd December 2013 at 7:30 pm

    So I am learning all the in’s and out’s of bringing a puppy to our home.
    I find depending on web site – or people there is so much contradictory info.
    Crate train – don’t crate train
    Puppy pads – no puppy pads…etc etc.
    Put them outside….keep them indoors.

    the list goes on and on.

    I just want the real deal of what to do for the best of my dog.

    Do you have any thoughts on sleep/crate training, toilet training, behavioural managment (i.e. creating a calm, adjusted happy dog).

    Or have you come across a couple of really great web sites that can help me?

    I just want to get a firm plan of action BEFORE she arrives.

    Thanks so much
    My dog will deffinately be an indoor dog – a part of the family and will go outside a couple times a day to potty. I actually don’t think anyone should get a dog and then leave it outside. Whats the point really and poor dog is alone all the time.

  • Clay Opell 22nd December 2013 at 7:31 pm

    My 2 year old has food allergies and lately I’ve noticed her eyes are glossy & red. My in laws just bought a cat and she goes quite often. Last night she got a high fever out of no where. Again this evening as well (both times she was around the cat) I tried looking it up but got mixed answers that did not seem like they were based on experience.

  • Alana Duenwald 22nd December 2013 at 7:39 pm

    I have a 4 month old puppy, and lately hes been having accidents in his crate at night and whining constantly. He is a male Labrador Retriever. I think it might be stress related because this wasn’t happening before we went on spring break and left him at the kennel for a few days. I exercise him every day, so he should be tired. I don’t have space to move the crate into my bedroom, or I definitely would. Please tell me what is wrong and what I can do to help him sleep better.

  • Teddy Swieca 22nd December 2013 at 7:45 pm

    How do you fall asleep at night, tips falling asleep faster.

  • Renay Caba 22nd December 2013 at 7:46 pm

    Well I brought a white and ginger kitten today and i’ve been trying to teach him how to use the kittie tray to do his toilets, I’ve put him in the kittie litter countless times i have even tried rubbing his paws into it, He just keeps jumping out. What else could I try to get him to use it? He’s been fed and still hasn’t done anything. If anyone has any ideas i’d be really greatful, Thank you.

  • Norbert Tamez 22nd December 2013 at 7:46 pm

    am scared right now! I have GERD(Acid Reflux) and for a couple of weeks I haven’t been eating enough and also I think about food going into my stomach and being anxious. I get a nervous stomach sometimes and I feel nausea and then everytime I eat I feel bloated or not bloated, then hungry quickly. I hope its not anything serious like stomach cancer! Can it be anxiety? Or something more serious??

    I take Nexium but it hasn’t been helping me! I went to another doctor rather than my GP and he told me that they’ll test me for the HPylor Bacteria in case of peptic ulcer. Now, im waiting for the results! I really think this is ALL psychological. Because I am afraid of the heart burn symptoms when I eat that every time I eat I might get heart burn so I get nervous! I feel nausea after eating and then get more hungry. This is driving me crazy and I’m very scared! I just HOPE and pray its nothing serious. I feel a grumbling stomach a lot too. God I am freaking out!

    I don’t know how to get my mind off this when honestly I feel its psychological, but I’m worried its something serious.

  • Keisha Zahm 22nd December 2013 at 7:46 pm

    About 3 months ago I started feeling sick every afternoon (About 6ish), kind of travel sick (dizzy, nausea…) this stopped and instead I started getting headaches every afternoon. They’ve got progressively worse and now they start as soon as I wake up and I don’t stop feeling them until I go to sleep..

    They’re so bad I had to go home from work on Saturday and made an appointment with the out of hours GP and he told me to take iboprufen (even though I was on iboprufen and co-codamol at the time). I then went to my GP on monday and he prescribed me with Naproxen 250mg and told me if it got really bad I could take paracetamol with it.. ANYWAY, some days it will numb it to the point that I can work (like today) but still feel it, others (like yesturday) I spent all day in bed in agony and took the Naproxen and co-codamol which didn’t even touch the surface.. I’m staring to feel sick and my arms and feet/legs feel numb but I don’t know if that’s from the painkillers or the “problem”

    I’m really confused because it’s progressed from sickness to headaches every afternoon to constant overwhelming pain.. It moves, as in before it was like my head was going to explode and was putting my whole head under pressure, other times it starts in my nose and teeth and spreads to my whole right side with specifc points on my left, mostly though it’s in my nose and teeth, my forehead, ears, temples, the back of my head and neck…The doctor’s just prescribe pain killers (Which aren’t working) and I’d like to have a bit of an idea myself so that next time I go I can ask the right questions/suggestions.. Thanks 🙂
    Layla, don’t migraines last a couple of hours or days? It’s the fact that it’s progressed over months.. I don’t know anyone who has ever had them I’m just going off google (perhaps not best!)

  • Delmer Mousseau 22nd December 2013 at 7:48 pm

    The Dream Keepers-
    In a different side of this world, which we mortals cannot see, a darkness conquers. This is caused by a group of creatures called the Dream Keepers. They disguise their selves as average mortals and occupy their selves with our everyday life. But when we are sleeping, they are watching. They steal our dreams for their own entertainment and replace them with our worst nightmares. They leave us with a terror so deep it can kill us. Only a few chosen ones can stop them, they kill the Dream Keepers whenever they have the chance to prevent leaving us with these nightmares. but there is not enough of them.
    Frankie Hill has Terrorlogia, an illness in which the victim is constantly propelled with night terrors. ever since she was a baby she would lose sleep over this. But Frankie is strong, and she will not let her problem effect her life. But when a mysterious young man attempts to kill her, her life is turned upside down. When this young man kidnaps her and takes her on the run with him, she is thrust into a darker side of the world where she will learn the dangers of the unknown and first love.

    The Rules of our House-
    While being part of a dance routine in the centre of her local mall, Bree and her friend Jessie get picked by TV producers to be part of a new TV show with a prize of one million pounds for the winner. They have no idea what it is about, no idea how long it will last or how dangerous, but Bree agrees, blinded by the pull of money. But when she gets there, it is nothing like how she expected.
    Five boys and five girls will be locked in house together, in a test of their intelligence, talent, strategy and cunningness. There are 10 house rules, and whoever breaks them will be eliminated. Easy, right? You couldn’t be more wrong.

    Whisper Academy-
    Summer and Jade’s lives are officially over. They’re getting thrown into a private boarding school half-way across the country so that their parents can travel Europe together without the stress of their 15 year-old twin daughters. Not just any boarding school, however. Whisper Academy is the most successful and educational school Summer has ever laid eyes on; she knows straight away that she won’t fit in.
    With her parents gone without a care in the world, she and her twin sister are forced to survive in a completely different world to the one they grew up in. Behind doors, the academy is the complete opposite to what she expected. Instead of completely boring nerds, there are boys and parties at every corner. Torn apart by the power of high school cliques, Summer and her twin float further and further apart, and she is left without her sister to guide her. Will Summer let Whisper Academy turn her into some kind of stranger or will she finally find a place where her and Jade belong?

    Life as an Assassin-
    Life as the quiet bakers daughter is all fifteen year-old Leanne Pistorum has ever known. Clueless about boys, parties and drugs, Leanne’s main concern in life is escaping high school and making a name for herself elsewhere.
    But when Leanne comes home one day to the burnt remains of her home and the scattered bones of her parent, she is left entirely alone on the street, with one thing clear to her: her parents death was no accident.
    Cold and lonely, Leanne takes grateful refuge in a young man’s home, only to be taken against her will by him to a secret agent company, who seems to think she is someone else. As they train her up to become a black-hearted killing machine, Leanne endures her own battle; to never lose sight of the girl she was as well as fight the feelings she has begun to develop for the man who brought her into life as an assassin.

    Reasons to Hate Spencer Tate-
    Charlotte Jacobs wasn’t one to take risks. Her wish was to attract as little attention as possible in order to get the grades she needed and create a life for herself elsewhere. She fell in love with fictional characters, studied for fun and seemed to get along better with books than people. Her life was completely average, and that’s the way she liked it.
    Then, Spencer Tate enters her life, and her world turns upside-down. He’s cold, immature, arrogant, a rebel, and completely opposite to Charlotte. Although she finds him a complete pain in the ass, she can’t deny that there is something irresistibly addictive about spending time with him and he brings out the most in her, leaving her feeling like she just got off a sugar rush.
    But, of course, the higher you are, the further you have to fall.

  • Kris Smock 22nd December 2013 at 7:50 pm

    hey there i have been engaged to a gorgeous caring man for nearly 3 years, we have a little boy together, and we have decided to set a date for the wedding woohoo, its going to be in scotland because that’s where we live, so my question is would you personally plan the wedding yourself or get a wedding planner, and what would you think would be a good date, i quite fancy 27th december, but its too close to christmas and new year any ideas thanks x
    btw we did meet on 27th december best chrismas present ever

  • Kaitlyn Martella 22nd December 2013 at 7:52 pm

    Where is the nearest rail station to Edinburgh Airport. No car available.

  • Max Beith 22nd December 2013 at 8:03 pm

    My dad have some food allergies like that time he takes sea foods. Food allergies can develop at any time, Soit is not possible to go hospital every time for him. Is any home treatment for food allergies? Any websites provided the details of hyponotherapy?Please anybody help.

  • Delilah Drennan 22nd December 2013 at 8:13 pm

    im not emo or dying or anything serious, but my life at the moment is beyond hectic. i play volleyball for school and club but its school season right now so im at school til 7 or 8 after dinner really minimum everyday that is without a volleyball match which would make it much later, getting home having tons of homework to do, barely getting it done, sometimes not at all.

    recently ive been getting to bed between 12 and 1, waking up at 5 30 to go work out at school for volleyball with hopes of going to college off of volleyball seeing as my club finishes highly / wins j.o.’s a lot. then i have my daily schedule at school, nothing unexpected, but then its that time of year where you choose your schedule/ courses for next year and my mom is telling me to take oh so many AP classes mixed with honors.

    even then all my friends and football coaches want me to play football which would kill me both timewise and physically. and to top it off i have a girl i have liked for a long time who likes me but i simply don’t have time to hang out with her so dating would be pointless.

    my weekends are filled with church events and more practices / working out for school and trying to get a bit ahead for the next week in terms of essays or projects.

    once again this isnt a feel sorry for me story or a QQ story,
    its just me writing how I feel and wanting to know what to do.
    i have almost no time for myself let alone my friends and social life
    and I spend almost all my time on volleyball which for all I know, may not even get me into a top D1 school, which is where my parents pushing me to go.

    Just tell me some ways to relax, or any ideas on how you would free up time if you were me. anything would do really, im just tired of always running on empty barely getting enough done for the day.

  • Alyson Theberge 22nd December 2013 at 8:22 pm

    my hair used to be reallllly long, and now since ive got it cut alot its to my sholders, i want to grow it out but its takeing to long, whats the fastest way and best way to get it to grow.

    <33

  • Bree Curvin 22nd December 2013 at 8:23 pm

    My daughter goes through periods where her behavior is just off. She can be hyperactive, defiant or distracted. She always has little dark circles under her eyes but it is more pronounced during these periods. I would like to do some research into food allergies but there is a lot of information out there and I do not know where to start. I would greatly appreciate any advice you could offer.

    She is 3 years old and I am aware of an allergy to Septra and she is not able to drink whole milk.

  • Antone Dambra 22nd December 2013 at 8:23 pm

    Yesterday i had a big meal at night quite late and i went to sleep only 20 mins after i ate. Throughout the night my belly was bloated and was gurgling. It felt like liquid inside was splashing about and gurgling
    During this time i farted a lot. I also burped a lot and everytime i burped it left a weird taste behind. I farted so much that i nearly pooped on my pants and the next morning(today) i rushed to the toilet to find i have diarrhoea. During this day my stomach has been gurgling and hurts like crazy and i keep burping and farting. I just went to the toilet a few minutes ago to find that it was diarrhoea again. What is wrong with me? Is it acid reflux? It cant be because i dont have pain in the chest, i only have it in the stomach

    Ps: im a 15 year old asian female

  • Lazaro Kapinos 22nd December 2013 at 8:29 pm

    My cat recently began losing all his fur and was diagnosed with food allergies after eating the same food his entire life (7 years) Now I need to find a quality food that is also economical…..

  • Herta Cunniff 22nd December 2013 at 8:31 pm

    1) Whisper Academy

    Here’s the blurb:

    Summer and Jade’s lives are officially over. They’re getting thrown into a private boarding school half-way across the country so that their parents can travel Europe together without the stress of their 15 year-old twin daughters. Not just any boarding school, however. Whisper Academy is the most successful and educational school Summer has ever laid eyes on; she knows straight away that she won’t fit in.

    With her parents gone without a care in the world, she and her twin sister are forced to survive in a completely different world to the one they grew up in. Behind doors, the academy is the complete opposite to what she expected. Instead of completely boring nerds, there are boys and parties at every corner. Torn apart by the power of high school cliques, Summer and her twin float further and further apart, and she is left without her sister to guide her. Will Summer let Whisper Academy turn her into some kind of stranger or will she finally find a place where her and Jade belong?

    Here’s the link to the covers: http://a.wattpad.net/cover/8002128-256-k947900.jpg http://a.wattpad.net/cover/8002128-256-k949775.jpg

    2) The Rules of our House

    Here’s the blurb:

    While being part of a dance routine in the centre of her local mall, Bree and her friend Jessie get picked by TV producers to be part of a new TV show with a prize of one million pounds for the winner. They have no idea what it is about, no idea how long it will last or how dangerous, but Sarah agrees, blinded by the pull of money. But when she gets there, it is nothing like how she expected.

    Five boys and five girls will be locked in house together, in a test of their intelligence, talent, strategy and cunningness. There are 10 house rules, and whoever breaks them will be eliminated. Easy, right? You couldn’t be more wrong.

    Here’s the links to the covers: http://a.wattpad.net/cover/7942473-256-k765857.jpg http://a.wattpad.net/cover/7942473-256-k949925.jpg

    3) The Dream Keepers

    Here’s the blurb:

    In a different side of this world, which we mortals cannot see, a darkness conquers. This is caused by a group of creatures called the Dream Keepers. They disguise their selves as average mortals and occupy their selves with our everyday life. But when we are sleeping, they are watching. They steal our dreams for their own entertainment and replace them with our worst nightmares. They leave us with a terror so deep it can kill us. Only a few chosen ones can stop them, they kill the Dream Keepers whenever they have the chance to prevent leaving us with these nightmares. but there is not enough of them.

    Frankie Hill has Terrorlogia, an illness in which the victim is constantly propelled with night terrors. ever since she was a baby she would lose sleep over this. But Frankie is strong, and she will not let her problem effect her life. But when a mysterious young man attempts to kill her, her life is turned upside down. When this young man kidnaps her and takes her on the run with him, she is thrust into a darker side of the world where she will learn the dangers of the unknown and first love.

    Here’s the link to the covers: http://a.wattpad.net/cover/7292226-256-k765448.jpg http://a.wattpad.net/cover/7292226-256-k950082.jpg

    Let me know which ones you prefer (:

  • Zada Satterfield 22nd December 2013 at 8:34 pm

    I am doing a project on food allergies and I need to know the cause and the effect of food allergies.

  • Eleni Kwiecien 22nd December 2013 at 8:35 pm

    I agree that people with food allergies should be warned, but I recently bought a jar of mustard and there was a warning on the label. Contains mustard. (!)
    Yesterday I bought a packet of ‘instant’ mashed potato. There was a warning about the ingredients: May contain traces of milk. OK, fine for people who are lactose intolerant, but the instructions for reconstituting the flakes said I should add milk.

  • Abraham Binggeli 22nd December 2013 at 8:40 pm

    My five year old son’s food allergies are so severe he cannot go to public shcool because they cannot guarantee that he will not come in contact with the foods he is allergic to. He does not have to ingest the foods just be near them or have any contact with a person or thing that the allergins came in contact with.

  • Teena Gassert 22nd December 2013 at 8:41 pm

    I usually have no problem finding vegetarian/vegan options at any restaurant. However, since I’ve learned of my food allergies (sesame, sunflower, tree nuts,) I’ve been reluctant to eat at restaurants! It’s difficult enough to find options to eat at home (since many vegan options include sunflower oil.) How can I find away to eat out or even at dinner parties? I’m embarrassed to tell hosts all of my dietary restrictions!

  • Moises Kellenberger 22nd December 2013 at 8:43 pm

    I am a big fan of grilling but my girlfriend has food allergies (gluten, lactose, eggs) I am looking at getting a grill but would like something that has two grilling sections. One for anything and everything, and another where I can safely cook her food. If you have any suggestions or recommendations please let me know!

    Thanks

  • Josefina Pair 22nd December 2013 at 8:46 pm

    Okay, so this is a different situation than most kids who say they just hate school and feel like it’s “wasting their time”. So here I go.. I’m 18 and a senior. I have severe chronic migraines that are ruining my life. Nothing has helped me. I’ve tried several medicines, been to a chiropractor, changed pillows, even have been seeing a therapist to help me deal with the stress the migraines are causing. I do not go a single day without one. I’m in severe pain, sometimes I can not even walk because I lose all feeling in my legs. I’ve been dealing with this for 6 months and the doctors pretty much think I will have this problem for a really long time. Before all of this happened, I was extremely smart. I had a 4.0 gpa, 5th in my class, all honors classes, etc. I want to be a vet and I’ve gotten excepted into to prevet program. Basically, I can not go to school. I’ve tried. Honestly, I can’t. I know getting a GED would make me lose all my current standings in school. Even though I missed 74 days this year, I still managed to make it on the honor roll. Well, it’s a new semester I have harder classes and I’m failing. Can I get my GED, go to a community college and take my life from there? I understand I may not ever be able to be a vet, but honestly regardless of if I miraculously finish high school and go to college, I’d probably fail anyway. Can I take a GED, then go to college when my health is better? Will colleges understand that I wasn’t “giving up” I was medically unable to finish high school? What will getting a GED do to me?

  • Hipolito Moffat 22nd December 2013 at 8:49 pm

    I’ve been aware of my allergies to gluten eggs dairy and yeast since I was 10, and I’m only 15 now but I can assure any non-believers that real food allergies are not just in your head. If there was any way I could get rid of my food allergies I promise you I would, so why do some people still claim food allergies as fake?

  • Kareem Sunford 22nd December 2013 at 8:52 pm

    My niece is 14 and she is always having
    symptoms such (might be tmi) as diaherria and
    extreme stomach pain to the point she would skip
    school and was pratically addicted to imodium
    because if her symptoms. So I made her an
    appointment at the allergy clinic to get checked
    but she skipped it after reading that you have to
    be pricked on your back to see your reaction to
    certain things (she has extreme fear of needles)
    but I thought that was not required for food allergy so what exactly will they do to check for food allergies?

  • Nydia Stagnitta 22nd December 2013 at 9:07 pm

    I am going to start my dog on a raw food diet and was wondering what to feed him? He has food allergies so I know chicken is a no. What about turkey and duck? And are there any other meats he would likely be allergic too? A list of meats I COULD feed him would be helpful. He is a 9 year old 35lb beagle. The food allergies give him skin irritations and itches non stop.

  • Gerry Layo 22nd December 2013 at 9:17 pm

    What is the difference between food allergies and food sensitivities? Please provided any home treatments or any website address which have all informations? Is both are curable?

  • Kendrick Felder 22nd December 2013 at 9:27 pm

    What are the effects of not eating a healthy diet regarding deficiency diseases and food allergies? Because what i can gather of google, deficiency diseases can caused by lack of nutrients or something ( that’s probably wrong -_- ) but aren’t food allergies caused by your body attacking harmless substances or something? I have no idea what im talking about and i can’t see a answer that links back to not eating a healthy diet!

  • Arthur Sanfratello 22nd December 2013 at 9:35 pm

    Why can’t people with food allergies suffer minor aches and pains? Instead, they suffer serious and severe pain to a point that one needs to go to emergency room. It can be so deadly that possible death can occur. Why is that?

  • Ashely Haggarty 22nd December 2013 at 9:39 pm

    The vet thinks that my Bullmastiff puppy has food allergies. Does anyone know any homemade treat recipes for dogs that I could make him?

    Thanks in advance!

  • Isiah Falcone 22nd December 2013 at 9:41 pm

    I’m just starting my daughter on solids and my doctor told me to feed her only one new food a weeks and watch for food allergies, but she didn’t specify exactly what symptoms I should be watching for.

  • Nadia Felberbaum 23rd December 2013 at 1:29 pm

    I have a question for food allergy sufferers and everyone else. My son was diagnosed about 6 months ago with food allergies, they include Cinnamon, paprika, cow dairy, string beans, chicken, and white potato. He also seems to have a gluten sensitivity. I have learned a lot of new things to make for him to eat but with a new school year starting and him unable to eat what the school provides I was wondering if anyone has any fun lunch and snack ideas that you or your kid(s) really like. The internet has so many options that I get lost and confused and so I am hoping that maybe you would be willing to share some ideas and possibly some recipes with me.

  • Deadra Dammann 24th December 2013 at 4:09 pm

    I have recently been diagnosed with a large amount of food allergies and the majority are healthy food items including soy and all legumes, peanuts, all nuts except almonds, rice, mustard seeds, sesame seeds, and a variety of other seeds, broccoli, turkey, cocoa beans, fish and seafood and this is just to the things I was tested for. It seems that most healthy cooking today includes one or more of these items and soy is found in everything. I am looking for some everyday great recipes that are healthy.

  • Brittaney Lindstrom 24th December 2013 at 4:10 pm

    I have a dog that may have food allergies. If he does, what is the best dog food to feed him? Right now he is on Natural Balance “Limited Ingredients Diets” Sweet Potato & Bison formula, but he still have rashes on his stomach.

  • Sacha Lear 25th December 2013 at 8:10 pm

    Our lab suffers from food allergies and we are looking for advice on which products to try. Thanks!

  • Sharron Bohs 25th December 2013 at 8:10 pm

    I recently was tested for food allergies and found that I am allergic to pretty much everything that would be in an everyday normal diet including yeast, rice, eggs, dairy, wheat, rye, barley, and sugar cane. Could there be a possibility that being allergic to one food could make a body sensitive to other foods? And if this food was eliminated from a diet would the other allergies go away?

  • Devin Birks 25th December 2013 at 8:11 pm

    I have food allergies to most raw fruits, vegetables and nuts. My allergies include: tomatoes, peanuts, apples, pears, melons (all kinds), bananas, berries (all kinds), spinach, lettuce. I gradually became allergic to most of these over time with increasingly adverse reactions; mouth and throat itching and swelling.

  • Reginald Trease 25th December 2013 at 8:12 pm

    I’m not asking for philosophical guessing. This might be a question for those who have more knowledge of veternary science, comparative anatomy or maybe anthropology. From what I know about animals, they don’t have food allergies but most have much narrower diets. Are food allergies a product of something different about our immune system? Do other animals have no eosinophylls in their blood?

  • Jackson Holesovsky 25th December 2013 at 8:13 pm

    If you get a food allergy, is it possible to have a flu afterwards? Is it common?

  • Elvia Swetnam 25th December 2013 at 8:13 pm

    I have really severe food allergies mostly to tree nuts. I have a lot of medications I take to try and reduce my symptoms(i have hayfever year round as well) but nothing seems to be working for me. My best shot is to try some natural medicines. I’m also on inhalers for asthma. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

  • Vennie Casis 25th December 2013 at 8:21 pm

    I have food allergies to several things (peanut, onion, soy, and beans/peas are the major ones) and was planning on going in the Army as an officer from ROTC. Would these allergies completely keep me from being able to join or can I get some sort of medical waver? I really don’t want to lie to anyone about it, but even then I always have an Epi-pen and some Antihistamine on me… Any thoughts? Thanks in advance…

  • Brandy Tuckerman 26th December 2013 at 1:59 pm

    I was just diagnosed yesterday with several food allergies (as well as airborne allergies).My question pertains to the soy and peanut allergies. Please tell me which treatment is efficetive for food allergy?

  • Lamont Katzman 26th December 2013 at 1:59 pm

    My cat has a very bad and neurotic habbit of scratching spots on his body until they become raw and bleeding. Usually it’s behind his neck, or in front of his ear. His is a indoor healthy kitty (no fleas!). My vet thought it was ringworm at first, but our cat tested negative. My vet mentioned that sometimes it’s an indication of food allergies. Does anyone know much about food allergies in cats? He is being fed perscription diet cat food r/d to help him maintain a healthy weight. Any info, including links, would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!

  • Marvin Voelz 26th December 2013 at 1:59 pm

    My nieces have food allergies and would like to make them some cookies (all of the cookies given to the family as gifts throughout the holidays were off limits to them, poor things!). They are allergic to the following: eggs, soy, peanuts, and wheat. Any ideas? I’ve read that you can use rice flour in place of the white flour, but would prefer to use oats if that’s possible (kind of like the chocolate oatmeal no bake cookies). thanks for any ideas!!
    sorry, crusty! soy is off limits to them!

  • Rosina Stumbo 26th December 2013 at 2:42 pm

    What are the symptoms of infant food allergies? Can infant food allergies be prevented?

  • Estelle Aviles 28th December 2013 at 2:54 pm

    My doc has suggested an “elemental” diet for me to get relief from a disorder that is caused by severe food allergies. This stuff is the liquid “food” that they tube feed people in a coma. It just has what you need to survive in it, nothing else. It’s expensive and, obviously, extremely limiting. However, I’ll do pretty much anything to get relief. Anyone have experience with this stuff?

  • Elmo Dovenmuehler 4th January 2014 at 2:08 am

    I changed his food recently and it gave him a food allergy. I just changed it back to his old food, but he is still itching, grooming, and biting his hair out. What can I do?