10 Most Allergy-Causing Foods

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Eggs

Egg allergy is mostly found in children under the age of 16. Most children outgrow the allergy after they cross the age. However, even after being allergic to egg

Milk

Milk is another ingredient that children, especially 3 years or less, are most allergic to. Consumption of milk, particularly cow’s milk can cause acidity, vomiting, swelling and rashes

Gluten

Gluten is a type of protein found in wheat. Consuming wheat leads to digestive distress, vomiting, rashes or swelling for some people. It may be due to the gluten present or even due to the wheat grain itself

Shellfish

A shellfish or seafood allergy is generally known as soon as you eat seafood. Immediate swelling, redness, stomach pain and vomiting are indicative of a seafood allergy. 

Fish

Other types of fishes can also cause allergic reactions in some people. Allergy to fish can often turn serious and cause severe impacts, which is why it is advised for people with the condition to carry an anti-allergic

Tree Nuts

Another common type of allergy is the allergy to tree nuts like almonds, pistachios, cashews, walnuts, pine nuts etc. Difficulty in breathing, swelling and rashes are some common reactions of the allergy

Soy

Soy allergy is also commonly found in infant and babies under 3 years of age. The proteins in soy may cause running nose, itchiness, rash and asthmatic conditions in children

Peanuts

Peanut allergy is very common and has the most potential of turning into something serious and life-threatening. Interestingly, people whose parents or close relatives have a peanut allergy are more likely to develop the allergy

Chamomile

Less common but cases of people being allergic chamomile have been reported. Most people who are allergic to certain plants may also develop a chamomile allergy

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