Some of the most commonly used foods associated with severe allergic reactions include milk, peanuts, eggs, sea foods, sesame, soy, nuts (walnuts, almonds, pecans etc) and wheat etc. Food allergies can affect people of any age. However they are particularly common in children.
Food allergy occurs when the body’s immune system responds aggressively to a particular protein or proteins. Often allergic reactions are caused by protein in substances such as food, latex, insect stings or medication. These proteins are known as allergens. Allergic reactions can vary in both type and severity.
They generally develop a different rate, often getting worse quickly. Some of the common symptoms of an allergic reaction are: Rashes Red and itchy skin Swelling on the face, eyes, lips, tongue and throat Vomiting, cramps, weakness, anxiety, distress Rapid heartbeats or else drop in blood pressure or loss of consciousness etc.
Ways to avoid food allergies:
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