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Allergies - Food Community

This is a patient support community for Food Allergies. Discussions include symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, and support.
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Just a little over one year ago, I noticed that my abdomen was distended and asymmetrical. this was an overnight sort of thing... My bel...
I'm sensitive to histamine and I'm using a dietary supplement for a long time. It makes my life so easy because I can go out without bein...
I'm a 28 year old male and I've recently been having digestive issues when I eat food with blue dye #1. I have acid reflux and take a pre...
For the sake of this post, I'm going to ask about "cherry flavoring", but I'm curious in general about allergies to Artificial Flavoring....
Knowing the difference can determine which treatment is best, and lead to a better quality of life: https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Wh...
Hi, I am an allergy sufferer.I always have mucus in nose,throat,lungs. Immediately after eating food mucus production increases.Muc...
Periodically I've noticed a slight swelling in my feet and ankles, but it only happens after I have eaten tomatoes, tomatoe pasta etc. C...
Hi! The other day I spent all day throwing up after having consumed dark rum the night before. I am a healthy, all-around normal 23-y/o...
Chocolate:Every time I eat food that contain chocolate,I will have nausea and it can happen for hours.Sometimes it will upset my stomach ...
Anyone ever heard of this? Over the past two years I have gone through 3 major diet changes to try and determine what is causing me so m...
Hello everyone, I am a 40 y. o. musician and I enjoy a healthy lifestyle ( balanced diet + daily exercise). My health is good except for ...
I have a problem I call my random food allergy. Once in a while, as I'm eating, I'll realize that my jawline is starting to tingle/itch...
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