A 23-month-old Canadian boy survives on just peaches - but they can't be frozen, canned or dried.
Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez, from Quebec, suffers from an agonising condition which means he is allergic to almost every other food.
He faces a risk of going into a deadly shock or turning blue if he eats anything other than fresh peaches, his terrified parents claim.
Doctors diagnosed him with food-protein induced enterocolitis syndrome, often shortened to FPIES, when he was six months old.
Micah's mother, Caroline Masson, said the first solid food that he tried was a banana - but it caused him to go into shock.
Children often need a lot of persuasion to eat fruit and vegetables. But not Micah Gabriel Masson Lopez - a toddler who survives on peaches
She told GlobalNews: 'He proceeded to vomit four hours later, six times in a row and pass out, pale and almost blue.
'Life revolves around making sure he is the happiest little boy he can be — and for that, we need to be able to provide him peaches every day.'
Micah, who is underweight and visits nine different specialists every month, is only able to eat peaches currently. He eats them once a day.
Doctors are concerned he is on the brink of another failure to thrive diagnosis, which could see him hospital-bound and reliant on a feeding tube.
He faces a risk of going into a deadly shock or turning blue if he eats anything other than fresh peaches, his terrified parents claim
Food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome or FPIES is a severe reaction to food proteins that happens one to four hours after a problematic food is ingested.
The condition primarily occurs in infants, with most outgrowing it by the age of three, but it