Food allergies, it is, for most of the case, the “Im not feeling so good after eating this” if food poisoning is excluded. It is actually because the immune system wrongly think the protein of food is harmful and making response to it.
It is very common and can be very serious if one with peanut allergic accidentally consume it.
This includes shrimp, lobster, crab and so on. Usually if one happen to be allergic to a type of shellfish, he or she will be allergic to all of them. Some could even be allergic to vapors from cooking shellfish.
It is the gluten (as mentioned in “5 main gluten food should one with gluten intolerance avoid”) that make people be allergic. But one who suspect themselves being allergic to this should approach doctors first before changing their diet.
Adults are more prone to fish allergy than children. Be noted that cooking doesn’t destroy allergen in fish (like what happen in cooked eggs).
It is the lactose intolerance we have mentioned in “Why people get lactose intolerance”. This allergy is common among children and they will no longer be allergic to it after growing into adult (usually, there are cases they still allergic as adult).
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