Food allergy is a condition in which certain foods generate an abnormal immune response in the body. The 80% of our diseases are related to our diet and lifestyle, therefore nutrition helps in the prevention and treatment of allergies. A strong immune system and digestive health are very crucial. Food allergy occurs when the immune system reacts to a food by creating Immunoglobulin E antibodies. When the same food is consumed again by an individual, these antibodies signal the immune system to release immense amounts of chemicals, including histamine, which trigger a cascade of allergic symptoms including skin rashes, asthma, headaches, mood swings, and heart pulsation. These acute symptoms generally occur minutes after consumption of the food.
• Food intolerance
• Food sensitivity
• Food allergens
• Diets and eating disorders
• Diagnosis and tests
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