~Agnes Sallet Von Tannenberg
I am sorry for your difficulty.
Who exactly is telling you to avoid all these things? Are you working with a board certified endocrinologist? If, not, I would start there before doing a major diet overhaul. Also, just a FYI, sounds like she suffers from an intolerance, not an actual allergy.
I second scsigrl! I thought there was a pill that they give people who appear to be entering puberty too early. Definitely get a second opinion. Here is what I found and nothing about diet is mentioned. I am huge on diet "curing" people, but not in this case.
Quote from kidshealth org
- treating the underlying cause or disease, such as a tumor
- lowering the high levels of sex hormones with medication to stop sexual development from progressing
In some cases, treatment of an underlying health problem can stop the precocious puberty from progressing. But in most cases, because there's no other disease triggering the condition, treatment usually consists of hormone therapy that stops sexual development."
Rice is your friend and can be bought cheaply in large quantities from some Indian or Asian grocery stores. Also, Costco and Sams Club carries it (but membership fee required).
Protein: See about canned Tuna or Salmon with a coupon when they are on sale. (Not recommended to eat Tuna in large quantities).
Coupons coupled with store sales on the coupon item brings your cost down more. Sometimes buying the smaller package with a coupon, especially if its on sale too, is cheaper than buying the "bulk" item.
Allergy vs. Intolerance: I don't know if I'd be comfortable sayng "intolerance" with eczema symptoms. Also, the same symptoms for "intolerance" can also be had in an "allergy". Lastly, some people (like me) have continued eating the "intolerant food" and found that it turned "anaphylaxis" without warnng - Chicken and Cinnamon, in my case.
Just a heads up: Canned Fish and, especially Tuna, often contains Veggie broth, which contains more than the "Soy" listed in parenthesis. So, if there is reactions to: Beans, cabbage, carrots, celery, garlic, onions, parsley, peas, potatoes, green bell peppers, red bell peppers, spinach, or tomatoes - then may want to skip the canned fish.