My oldest has been gluten free for almost a year and it has relieved a multitude of problems for her, everything from stomach issues to severe anxiety and panic attacks. She had allergy testing done July 2009 and the doctor called me with the results saying she was slightly allergic to wheat, sesame seeds and peanuts. On the advice of her therapist we went gluten free as he said he said he had seen some improvement in some people that did. I'm glad we did. I took her in today because her fingertips get so dry they get to the point that they just crack and bleed. She's a pitcher on her softball team and it's very painful for her. We met with the nurse practioner as the regular doctor was on vacation and we started talking about food allergies. She started mentioning her results, some the regular doctor didn't mention, and I asked for a copy of the official results, since I never saw them. She came back as class 3 on wheat, sesame and peanuts. She was class 2 on corn and soybeans and class 1 on walnuts. Anyone have any experience with multiple food allergies? I'm thinking about eliminating corn and soy, something she gets a lot of, to see if that helps improve her skin. Has anyone else dealt with excema like this? I've not gotten much help from the multitude of doctors we've seen in her lifetime, most just say to use aquaphor and free and clear detergent...well, that's not helping. Hoping pinpointing food allergies will!