Bajra Allergy

Bajra Roti is an authentic Indian recipe. It is made from bajra flour, wheat and ghee sauce. This Indian recipe is very delicious and is actually the staple food in India. It can go with vegetables, meats, and other dishes.

Just like any other food, bajra roti can be a source of allergy. If you have bajra allergy, then it’ll be very hard for you to enjoy the treat unless you have anti-allergy medicines at hand or your allergy isn’t that grave.

Causes an Symptoms Bajra Allergy
India and the United States have both high rates of people suffering from Gluten allergy mainly because their staple food is made from cereals, corn, and wheat and that these agricultural products are bombarded with tons of pesticides. Food allergy is becoming one of the most common health problems in the said countries. Bajra, which is gaining popularity outside India, is made from a kind of wheat crop- another cause of allergy.

Bajra allergy symptoms vary among individuals. There are people who have very mild allergic reaction that symptoms aren’t noticeable such as simple skin itchiness that would subside after few minutes.

Below are typical food allergy symptoms:
Skin rashes
Stomach pain

However, there are grave instances of bajra allergy which includes difficulty in breathing and queasiness. There are allergic people who even get high fever. The patient may experience severe nausea and in that case, immediate medical assistance is necessary. Severe allergic reactions may also lead to negative reactions inside the body that may lead to the patient’s death.

Allergies are gene-related problem. So there are issues whether allergy can be treated forever. Some experts say that poor immune system may also trigger allergies. Food allergy can be a life-threatening experience. For children with allergies, it could be safe that they do not be fed with bajra dishes without the advice of doctors. It is important that people check on any medical history of allergies and figure what the dishes that may have caused the allergy. It is always advisable that one consults his/her doctor and get some medical examinations to properly diagnose the allergic triggers.

Allergies may not be cured but they can always be prevented. They can be managed as well. Proper medications and being cautious about several types of allergens, plus a healthy lifestyle will aid people in fighting allergy.

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