Food Allergies and Precautions

    Published: March 31, 2019

    Food allergies are the reactions of our body with hypersensitivity to food.


    Food Allergies and Precautions

    • 1. Food Allergies and Precautions Food Allergies and Precautions Allergies: Milk ,Egg Fish and Seafood Legamus Fruit and Vegetable Grain
    • 2. Food Allergies and Precautions Food allergies are the reactions of our body with hypersensitivity to food. Most people with food allergies often have symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and vomiting. In addition, edema or eczema may occur in the skin; asthma, sinusitis, and headache can be seen.
    • 3. Food Allergies and Precautions Allergy is a hypersensitive response to substances that enter or come into contact with the body. A substance that causes an allergic reaction is called an allergen. Allergens can be found in food, beverage or the environment.
    • 4. Milk Allergy Milk Allergy A milk allergy occurs in three out of every 100 children. Milk allergy is one of the most common types of allergy in children. The reaction in allergies is caused by proteins in the milk. There are symptoms such as eczema, hives, diarrhea or vomiting.
    • 5. Milk Allergy Children with a milk allergy should be given food containing protein hydrolyzate (fragmented protein). Milk and milk products should not be consumed. For example ; Butter, margarine Cheese varieties, yogurt, cream, custard Pudding, flavoring agents (natural or artificial).
    • 6. Egg Allergy Egg Allergy Mostly consumed and found in many foods, the egg is a common food allergy similar to milk. Generally, allergy to the white side of the egg is more than yellow. "Konalbumin" is the most important allergen in egg white.
    • 7. Egg Allergy Egg allergy is common in infancy and childhood. Over the years, the impact decreases and disappears completely in adulthood. Egg allergy is manifested by diffuse redness, vomiting and diarrhea that occurs after minutes or hours of egg consumption. Egg allergy should not be consumed by a person; Dishes made with eggs and eggs Mayonnaise, biscuit In addition, some pastas, pastries, candies, flavors added to chocolates, etc.
    • 8. Fish and Seafood Allergy Fish and Seafood Allergy Although this allergy often causes asthma or eczema in children, it is usually responsible for allergy in the itching, skin and eye lesions and digestive system. Allergic reactions occur a few minutes after the food is consumed.
    • 9. Fish and Seafood Allergy After the fish and seafood are eaten, flushing, itching, abdominal pain, diarrhea and abdominal cramps, asthma, colds and anaphylaxis can be observed. For example, some are: Sardines, tuna, lobster, crayfish, shrimp, crab, snails, mussels, clams, squid, octopus.
    • 10. Legumes Allergy Legumes Allergy This group suddenly and often causes severe allergic reactions. Usually, clinical symptoms include asthma, swelling of the lips, cheeks, urticaria and sometimes eczema. They usually show their effects when they beat.
    • 11. Legumes Allergy Legume allergy manifests itself in the early stages of life and lasts a lifetime in most individuals. Some examples: dry beans, white beans, lentils, peas, peanuts. almond, coconut, chestnut, walnut, hazelnut, etc. those who are allergic to pulses should not consume these foods.
    • 12. Grain Allergy Grain Allergy Wheat and corn are more common allergens in this group than other foods. Corn has less allergenic properties than wheat and is, therefore, more preferred than wheat.
    • 13. Grain Allergy Alpha-amylase trypsin inhibitor in wheat is the most important type of allergen. People with cereal allergy should avoid products such as bran, couscous, gluten, pasta, noodles, soy sauce, starch, corn, oats, rice, rye, wheat.
    • 14. Fruit and Vegetable Allergy Fruit and Vegetable Allergy Fruits often cause allergic reactions. Clinical symptoms often occur in the consumption of raw fruits instead of cooked fruit. This situation is increasing in the summer when the fruits are consumed more frequently. People who are allergic to raw fruits or vegetables may not be allergic to cooked fruits or vegetables.
    • 15. Fruit and Vegetable Allergy Those who are allergic to fruits are apples, apricots, bananas, blackberries, cherries, grapes, kiwi, lemons, melons, oranges, peaches, strawberries, plums and so on. products should not consume. Those who are allergic to vegetables should not consume products such as eggplant, broccoli, cabbage, carrot, celery, cucumber, garlic, onion, pepper, pumpkin, and spinach.