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Fruit Allergy

Fruit allergy is rather a rare condition in the human population but varies from one person to another. However, one of the most sensitive allergies is the fruit allergy particularly in children considering that they might demand observation and a keen eye from an adult, caregiver or the parents. The reason why keenness is demanded on the children’s side is that they develop the symptoms quite fast. On the other hand, it is one of the few allergies that children eventually outgrow but some of them may have to deal with the allergies for the rest of their lives.

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Mushroom Allergy

Mushroom allergy can affect anyone
Mushrooms fall under one of the most nutritious diets yet it is a diet that is eaten in small quantities. There are many benefits that surround the mushroom diet as well as drawbacks leaving people with a mushroom allergy to avoid them altogether. Surprisingly, the allergic reactions could be due breathing in some of the mushroom particles or even touching them. When it comes to these types of allergies there are people who are particularly allergic to any type of fungus and most importantly, there are those who develop symptoms immediately they come into contact with mushrooms or any fungi. Therefore, it is not a must that one has been allergic to mushrooms throughout their lives since there are those who develop allergic reactions towards them even after eating mushrooms as a delicacy for a long time.

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Beer Allergy

Beer is one of the many drinks that contain little or low nutritional value implying that its health benefits are usually few. It is important to know that some of the ingredients in beer include wheat, gluten, barley, yeast and hop. There are beers that may contain some of the ingredients that your body cannot tolerate. For instance some beers offer gluten free alcohol alternatives and are made of grains such as buckwheat, rice and sorghum while others will contain wheat. For those who have an allergy towards wheat may need to look for gluten free alcohol and those who have yeast intolerance or allergy may have to avoid alcohol all together.

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Nut Intolerance

A nut intolerance is very different than an allergy. In an allergy, the body’s autoimmune system’s response to substances it considers a harmful antigen. In a food allergy the body mistakes certain proteins in food as harmful and creates an inflammatory response. In a food intolerance, rather than the offensive food setting off an autoimmune response, instead it usually just disrupts or upsets the digestive tract. The common nut intolerances are peanuts and tree nuts (such as walnuts, pecans, almonds).
Signs and symptoms of a nut intolerance include: nausea, stomach pain, gas, cramps, bloating, vomiting, diarrhea, heartburn, headaches, and gastric irritability. Which are not to be confused with the more serious signs of an allergic reaction such as: hives, rash, shortness of breath, chest pain, and anaphylaxis.

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Kale allergy symptoms

Get to know some of the Kale Allergy Symptoms

Any allergy increases the chances of developing other more serious ones. So it is vital to spot them early enough although it is not easy. When it comes to kale allergy symptoms like hives and eczema doctors and patients tend to attribute them to other causes. Food intolerance could be easily confused with food allergies which is a mild problem. A majority of people do not know the signs and symptoms of various allergies, and so it is important to under standard the various types of food you consume and their effect on your body. There are a number of kale allergy symptoms you should look out for in order to see your doctor for treatment.

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Pineapple Allergy Symptoms

The Many Symptoms of Pineapple Allergy

Allergy is an immune reaction of humans toward a certain substance that might cause a slight discomfort or even turn lethal. The range of reaction due to allergy attacks depend on the immune system of an individual but the response towards the allergy would not necessarily be harmful unless it is aggravated by additional elements. Common food allergies are often caused by nuts, milk, egg, shellfish, soya and wheat however; there are people whom are allergic towards fruits as well.

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Raspberry Allergy

Love those juicy tangy raspberries? You should because they are loaded with great vitamins and therefore good for your health. However, some people break into a rash moment they touch raspberries and it seems quite perplexing that a benign fruit like raspberry can cause allergies. This is true because the vitamin-rich raspberries also contain Salicylates, to which some people have an allergy. Salicylates are acidic chemicals secreted naturally by plants that are usually concentrated in the skin of the fruit. When people touch the fruit, the salicylic acid enters through the skin or through inhalation of fumes and causes the body’s autoimmune system to inadvertently recognize the chemical as a threat. As a result, the body secretes histamines, which then causes the skin to inflame, cause difficulty in breathing, headache, fever, a runny nose and irritation of the eyes.

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Hitch allergy

Shellfish Allergy

 If you have seen the Movie ‘Hitch’ starring Will Smith, you would have gone across the scene where he had his face almost bursting out because he got allergic reactions. His eyes, lips, and ears were swollen and his face really looked horrible! That scene was indeed funny but in real life, it’s the worst experience you can ever experience. If that happens to you, you’ll never want to go out of your bedroom. Aside from the swollen face, there’s this very discomforting and painful feeling that most people wouldn’t be able to bear. It might have not happened to you yet. But it could be…

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