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my page is missing!

i've linked several people to a schedule for introducing solids to allergic infants.  it was on hallpublications.com.  the original URL was http://www.hallpublications.com/title2_sample2.html.  it looks like the domain has expired because it's just a spammy search page now.

did anyone actually save the document?  i would really appreciate a copy!

thanks!

ETA: never mind... google cache had the old pages.



Sequence of Adding Solid Foods for the Allergic Infant



Time of
Introduction
Grains and
Cereals
Vegetables
Fruits
Meats and
alternates
Milk and
Dairy
Nuts,
Seeds,
other
Six to nine months Rice
Millet
All cooked
Yam
Sweet potato
Squash
(all types)
Carrot
Beets
Broccoli
Potato
Green
beans
Cabbage
All
cooked

Pear
Peach
Banana
Apricot
Nectarine
Blueberry
Lamb
Turkey
Breast milk

If absolutely necessary, casein hydrolysate formula.

None
Nine to twelve months Barley
Rye
Oats
Asparagus
Avocado
Cauliflower
Brussel
sprouts
Plum
Prune
Pineapple
Grape
Apple
(cooked)
Cranberry
Raisins
Chicken
Veal
Beaf
Breast milk or casein hydrolysate formula
None except vegetable oils in formula
Twelve to twenty-four months Corn
Wheat
Other grains
Green
pea
Spinach
Tomato
Celery
Cucumber
Lettuce
Onion
Garlic
Lima
beans
Broad beans
Other legumes including soy
Any raw
vegetable
Citrus
fruits:
  orange
  grapefruit
  lemon
  lime
Berries:
  Strawberry
  Raspberry
  Other
Melons
Mango
Fig
Date
Cherry
Any
raw fruits
Ham
Pork
Fish
Egg
Yogurt (plain)
Homogenized milk
White
cheese
Cottage cheese
Seed
oils:
  Canola
  Safflower

Sunflower

After two years All
All
All
Shellfish
All others including ice cream
Peanut
Nuts
Chocolate
Seeds



Joneja Food Allergen Scale


This 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.


</td>
GRAINS &
FLOURS
VEGETABLES
FRUITS
NUTS &
SEEDS
MEATS &
ALTERNATES
DAIRY
Wheat
Triticale
Semolina
Bulgur
Spelt
Kamut
Tomato

Spinach

Celery (raw)

Strawberry
Raspberry
Orange
Fig
Mango
Watermelon
Peanut

Nuts:
  Hazelnut (filbert)

Egg white

Egg yolk

Ice cream

Cow's milk:

  Homogenized
  Raw
milk
  1%, 2%, Skim

Corn
Carrot (raw)

Green pea
Lima bean
Broad bean
(fava bean)

Cabbage (heart)

Apple (raw)
Apricot (raw)
Peach
(raw)
Date
Cantaloupe
Walnut
Pecan
Brazil nut
Almond
Sesame seed
Shellfish:
  Crab
  Lobster
  Prawn/shrimp

Molluscs:
  Clam
  Oyster
  Scallop

Cheese
fermented:
  Cheddar
  Camembert
  Blue
  Swiss
  Edam
  Mozzarella

Goat cheese

Oats
Pineapple
Raisin
Apple (cooked)
Cocoa bean
Chocolate
Coconut
Flax seed
Rye
Barley
Cauliflower
Brussels sprouts
Green bean
Kiwi
Cherry
Plum/prune
Apricot (cooked)
Cashew
Pistachio
Macadamia
Fin fish
  Cod
  Sole

Other white
fish
  Tuna
  Salmon

Cottage cheese
Cream cheese
Brown rice
White rice
Wild rice
Avocado
Cabbage (outer leaves)
Loganberry
Boysenberry
Legumes:
Soy
Dried peas
Lentils
Dried
beans
  Navy
  Pinto
  Garbanzo

Carob

Sunflower seed

Cream
Sour cream
Quinoa
Onion
Green onion
Garlic
Plantain
Banana
Grape
Processed
meats
  Pepperoni
  Salami
  Bologna
  Wieners

Ham
Bacon

Canned milk (evaporated)
Buckwheat (kasha)
Celery (cooked)
Green/red peppers
Grapefruit
Lemon
Lime
Goat milk
Sheep milk
Amaranth
Potato
Cucumber
Lettuce
Currants (red/ black)
Pumpkin seed
Pork
Processed cheese
Tapioca
Cassava
Asparagus
Broccoli
Beets
Peach (cooked/ canned)
Bean sprouts
Chicken
Beef
Veal
Soft cheese (Philadelphia)
Sago
Arrowroot

Millet

Squashes (all types)
Cranberry
Blackberry
Blueberry
Poppy seed
Wild
meats
  Deer
  Elk
  Moose
  Bear
  Buffalo
Yogurt
Buttermilk
Carrot (cooked)
Parsnip
Pear

Butter

Turnip

Sweet potato
Yam

Rhubarb

Turkey

Lamb
Rabbit

Clarified butter

Comments

( 4 comments — Leave a comment )
ksausville
Sep. 11th, 2007 07:42 pm (UTC)
Thank you, thank you, thank you for posting this; I had had the site bookmarked too! Adding this to Memories . . .
applesnoranges
Sep. 11th, 2007 10:01 pm (UTC)
How does one do a google cache?
chrispina
Sep. 12th, 2007 12:38 am (UTC)
when you are searching for something on google, you list of results. after link, the description, and the URL, there are sometimes some extra links. one of those links is "Cached". this brings up the last version of the page that google saved.
chrispina
Sep. 12th, 2007 12:57 am (UTC)
when you are searching for something on google, you list of results. after link, the description, and the URL, there are sometimes some extra links. one of those links is "Cached". this brings up the last version of the page that google saved.
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