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What is Food Allergy and How You Can Prevent It?


Anna Smith

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Food is directly linked to your health. Eating healthy foods can improve your health and an unhealthy diet can affect your health negatively.

Food allergy is the response of your immune system against any harmful substance.

Hives, itching, dizziness, swelling, and anaphylaxis are some symptoms of food allergy.

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What is the Immune System:

The immune system is the natural defense of the body. It protects the body against unhealthy microbes such as cold viruses, fungus, and bacteria. Your immune system reacts against these microbes and produces antibodies to fight.

Food allergies are common but they could be fatal in extreme cases.

Symptoms of Food Allergy:

Symptoms may vary depending on the severity of the allergy but here are some common ones.

  • Digestive symptoms (pain in the stomach, digestion problem, etc)

  • Wheezing, dizziness, and difficult breathing.

  • Inflammation or skin reactions.

Which Foods can Cause Allergy?

Any food can cause food allergy but some foods contain high risks. Here are some of them.

  • Soybeans

  • Milk

  • Tree nut

  • Fish

  • Shellfish

  • Peanuts

  • Eggs

  • Wheat

  • Peanuts

People who have food allergies must carefully eat these foods as they can make the conditions worse.

Allergy-Friendly Foods:

Some foods play an important role in different parts of the body. Such as collagen is required by the whole body. Consuming a good amount of collagen peptides can improve the growth of hairs, prevent hair fall, and keeps the body healthy.

Similarly, some foods are allergy-friendly, consuming these foods can fight allergy and help you heal.

Here are some of them:

  • Meat

  • Poultry

  • Seeds

  • Legumes

  • Fruits

  • Grains

  • Vegetables

But peanuts and wheat are not included.

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