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Food Allergies: Milk /Eggs/Wheat/Fish Cheat Sheet (DRAFT) by [deleted]

Foods containg allergic foods

This is a draft cheat sheet. It is a work in progress and is not finished yet.

Milk/Dairy products

Milk & Milk solids
Non-fat, Skim milk
Buttermilk
Butter / Butter fat
Evaporated milk
Cottage cheese
Cream / Cream cheese
Cheese / Cheese powder
Cheese sauce
Curds & Whey
Powdered milk
Sour cream
Yogurts
Foods containing milk/milk products:
Au gratin foods
Chocolate & Cream candy
Coffee creamers
Creamed / Scalloped foods
Custard
Nougat
Ice cream
Malted milk
Margarines (check label)
Many puddings
White sauces
Ingred­ients to look for:
Artificial butter flavor
Casein / Sodium caseinate
Lactal­bumin / Lactal­bumin phosphate
Lactog­lobulin
Lactose (milk sugar)
Whey products
Diet Tip: Substitute soy, rice or almond milk. Many "­non­-da­iry­" products are now available including some margarines (check the label), ice creams, chocol­ates, cheeses and yogurts. Check label for ingred­ients.
 

Egg & Egg Products

Eggs, egg whites, egg yolks
Dried eggs or egg powder
Foods containing eggs:
Eggnog
Bavarian creams
Cake
Candy (some)
Cookies
Creamed foods
Cream pies & puffs
Custard
Doughnuts
Egg rolls
Egg noodles
Frosting
Hollan­daise sauce
Ice cream
Mayonnaise
Marshm­allows
Meat or fish in batter
Meringue
Muffins
Pretzels
Pudding
Simplesse (fat substi­tute)
Souffl├ęs
Tartar sauce
Waffles
Ingred­ients to look for:
Albumin
Apovit­ellenin
Globulin
Livetin
Ovalbumin
Ovomucin
Ovomuciod
Ovovit­ellin
Phosvitin
Diet Tip: Be sure to read labels carefully. For example, some egg substi­tutes contain egg white.
 

Wheat & Wheat Products

Whole wheat / Enriched flour
Bran
Farina
Bulgur
Durum
Graham flour
High Gluten flour
High Protein flour
Semolina
Starch / Modified starch
Wheat malt
Wheat starch
Foods made with wheat:
Acker meal
Breads / Cookies / Cakes
Baked goods w/wheat flour
Bread crumbs
Crackers
Cereals
Couscous
Cracker meal
Pasta
Spelt
Ingred­ients to look for:
Gluten
Gelati­nized starch
Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Vital gluten
Wheat bran / Wheat germ
Wheat gluten
Vegetable gum /
Vegetable starch
Diet Tip: Many processed foods (e.g. ice cream & catsup) may contain wheat flour. Substitute flours oats, rice, rye, barley or corn.
 

Fish Products

The proteins in different species of fish can be biosim­ilar, so you may need to avoid all fishes, unless your allergist can determine which species trigger your allergies. Examples of foods containing fish:
Caesar salad
Caviar
Imitation seafood
Roe (fish eggs)
Worces­ter­shire sauce
Diet Tip: Avoid seafood restau­rants. Non-fish meals be contam­inated with fish proteins from a spatula, cooking oil or grill exposed to fish. Resturants frequently use the same cooking oils for different dishes.

Shellfish Allergies

Different species may have similar proteins. Avoid all types of shellfish, unless your allergist is able to determine which species triggers your allergies. Examples of shellfish:
Abalone / Clams
Cockle / Sea urchin
Crab / Lobster
Crawfish / Crayfish
Mussels / Oysters
Scallops / Shrimp
Diet Tip: Many restau­rants use the same oil to fry Shrimp, Chicken and French fries. Imitation shellfish still may use shellfish for flavoring, read the label to be sure.