Food Allergies and Infections

Because everyone's immune system is distinct, a person's immunological response to a certain meal or drug will differ from that of another. Food allergy is an immunological reaction that the body produces in response to a particular dietary or food component. A few people develop allergies after eating foods like peanuts, fruit, shellfish, eggs, soy, or cow's milk because a component in these foods triggers an immunological response. Several examples of food allergy have been identified epigenetically, however the aetiology remains unclear. Skin rashes, puffiness, and irritation within the mouth are all symptoms. We may encounter typical symptoms such as itching, swelling of the tongue, vomiting, diarrhoea, hives, difficulty breathing, or a low blood pressure reflection in our body after eating or using food items. When we eat specific foods, we experience the most uncomfortable and harmful immune system reaction.

  • Cross reactivity
  • Atopy
  • Sensitization
  • Anaphylaxis

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