Are You Sure It's a Food Allergy?
You may be experiencing a food intolerance or slight food poisoning instead of a food allergy.
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When a food makes you ill, it's tempting to remove it from your diet. But while that reaction seems simple at first, it can lead to problems eating out, nutrient deficiencies and feelings of deprivation. Before you ban a food, check to be sure your reaction was a true allergy:
Allergens can be found in proteins in food. They enter your bloodstream after the food is digested. From there, they target organs such as your skin or nose, and can cause an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction to food can take place within a few minutes, or as long as an hour after you eat. The eating and digestion process affects the timing and the location of a reaction.
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