Journal of Food Science and Nutrition

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Food Allergy

The body’s immune system saves you healthy by fighting off contaminations and other threats to good health. A food allergy reaction occurs when your immune system exaggerates to a food or a ingredient in a food, recognizing it as a danger and triggering a protective response. While allergies tend to run in relatives, it is impossible to forecast whether a child will inherit a parent’s food allergy or whether relations will have a similar condition. Some exploration does suggest that the younger siblings of a child with a peanut reaction will also be allergic to peanuts. Symptoms of a food allergy can range from mild to simple. Just because an initial answer causes few problems doesn’t despicable that all reactions will be similar; a food that triggered only mild indicators on one occasion may cause more severe symptoms at additional time. The most severe allergic response is anaphylaxis — a dangerous whole-body allergic reaction that can impair your animate, cause a dramatic drop in your blood compression and affect your heart rate. Anaphylaxis can come on within proceedings of exposure to the trigger nutrition. It can be fatal and must be preserved promptly with an vaccination of epinephrine (adrenaline).

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