What are his symptoms when he consumes these things? Allergy testing is notorious for having many false/negatives and false/positives. You need to follow what the body is telling you. If you suspect a wheat allergy, try having him go gluten free for a few weeks and see how he does. If he improves or has no symptoms then introduce a wheat product and see how he reacts. Of course this all depends on how severe the reaction is. If he gets swollen lips/mouth/throat from foods, do not attempt a re-introduction.
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