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Facts on Allergies

Some facts on food allergies:

  • All symptoms of a food allergy occur within a few minutes to an hour of eating.
  • A food allergy can initially be experienced as an itching in the mouth and difficulty swallowing and breathing.
  • During digestion of the food in the stomach and intestines, symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain can start. (Incidentally, gastrointestinal symptoms are those that are most often confused with the symptoms of different types of food intolerance.)
  • When the allergens reach the skin, they can induce hives or eczema, and when they reach the lungs, they can cause asthma.
  • As the allergens travel through the blood vessels, they can cause light headedness, weakness, and anaphylaxis, which is a sudden drop in blood pressure. Anaphylactic reactions are severe even when they start off with mild symptoms, such as a tingling in the mouth and throat or discomfort in the abdomen. They can be fatal if not treated quickly.

Foods that cause allergies:
There are eight types of foods that are accountable for 90% of all food-allergic reactions. The foods that most commonly cause anaphylaxis (called allergenic foods) are:

  • Peanuts
  • Tree nuts (walnuts, pecans, etc.)
  • Shellfish
  • Fish
  • Milk
  • Soy
  • Wheat
  • Eggs

Food Allergy Symptoms:
Symptoms of food allergies can range from mildly irritating to life threatening. The most common symptoms of food allergies are:

  • Hives
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal cramping
  • Swelling of the throat, lips, or tongue
  • Difficulty in breathing or swallowing
  • Metallic taste or itching in the mouth

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