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A food allergy is an immune system reaction to a food that the body speciously believes is risky. Allergic reactions to food can rarely induce serious illness and death. While an individual might be allergic to any food, for instance fruits, vegetables, and meats, there are eight foods that account for 90% of all food-allergic effects. Occasionally a reaction to food is not an allergy. It is frequently a reaction known as "food intolerance".

Immune system does not induce the symptoms of food prejudice. Though, these symptoms can seem and consider like those of a food allergy. People who have food allergies must discover and avert them because, although usually mild and not severe, these reactions can cause devastating illness and, in uncommon instances, can be fatal.

Food Allergy Treatment

Food Allergy Treatment Treatment consists of averting diets, in which the allergic person avoids all forms of the food to which they are allergic. If the food is unconsciously ingested and a systemic reaction occurs, then epinephrine should be used. It is probable that a second dose of epinephrine may be needed for severe reactions. For less severe allergies, your doctor may suggest antihistamines, which can be taken after contact to an allergen to control your reaction and help alleviate discomfort. Creams may reduce skin reactions.