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Mussels Allergy

GREEN LIPPED MUSSELS ALLERGY TO BE AWARE OF
Obviously, there is no adverse effect that can bring about mussels allergy or stop you from taking any green mussels supplements. The supplements are more or less natural food source which is produced from mussels. You can eat them without having any problem. There are many types of green lipped mussel interactions which you need to have some deep understanding about:

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Mollusk allergy

What you should know about Mollusk Allergy

Mollusk allergy is a sub division of the shellfish allergy. A shellfish allergy occurs mostly in adults in the United States unlike other allergies. It will mostly occur in two classes of food; crustaceans and mollusks. Mollusks include clams, mussels and oysters. Crustaceans include crabs, shrimps which are the most allergic group and lobster. If you are diagnosed with any shellfish allergy it is advisable to keep of all shellfish.

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Oyster Allergy

ysters are a mollusk. They are not a crustacean. Both crustaceans and mollusks can cause food allergy symptoms that range from the mild to the severe life threatening anaphylaxis. Those that are allergic to one type of shell fish may very well be able to eat the other type without any allergic reaction. People with allergies to dust mites and cock roaches have a greater likely hood have being allergic to crustaceans. That is because it is an IgE responsive allergy. IgE (immunoglobulin E) is the immune systems responsive antibody. Oyster allergy is less common then other forms of shell fish allergies.

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Food allergies

Food allergies are usually exaggerated types of immune system responses that are triggered by specific foods. Normally, the immune system works to defend the body against possibly harmful types of substances, toxins, viruses and bacteria. However, some people have defence reactions against certain foods, causing the body to produce immunoglobulin type antibodies to fight off the alleged invader. Though many have intolerances towards foods, food type allergies are not as common. In fact, a genuine food allergy also produces histamines that cause the body to react quickly to the allergen (s).

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