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Can You Be Allergic To Yellow Corn And Be Able To Eat White Corn
Corn allergy: The major allergen, to which the majority of allergic persons make allergic antibody ige, is the same in all corn varieties. Rarely, persons can become allergic only to a minor allergen which may be different between varieties of any one species. A good rule of thumb is assume that all forms of corm will trigger and allergic reaction. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See an allergist: Any food allergy should be fully investigated by an allergist to determine if this is an ige or allergy antibody related problem. In general corn allergy is very uncommon, there is very little data on this topic. One's local allergist can help to understand what symptoms are occurring and offer a treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not: When people r allergic to foods, most of the time they r allergic to the proteins in the foods. Yellow corn and white corn r biologically very close, and share probably most of the proteins. As allergists, we usually think if u r allergic to corn, u r allergic to both types. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually: Peanuts are not actually nuts, but legumes. Most peanut allergic patients can eat tree nuts, although some are allergic to both. ...Read more
I am now allergic to dairy products, is there anything i can take that will allow me to be able to eat dairy?
Is it truly allergy?: to dairy,or intolerance, true allergy to dairy at your age is bit rare, usually a disease of infancy/early childhood, and usually outgrown, you probably have intolerance, ? Lactose intolerance, several aids are there to help, better be guided by your doctor for correct diagnosis ...Read more
Why do I have so many allergies? I am allergic to over 20 foods, nuts, and vegetables. Will i ever be able to eat normal foods again?
It depends: The answer to the question depends upon how it was determined that you were allergic to over 20 foods nuts and vegetables. Often this determination is based upon blood or skin tests which may represent sensitivity but not necessarily reactivity. In other words although the test is positive you may be able to eat the food without difficulty. I would recommend that you see an allergist interested in. ...Read more
May be: Calamari are one kind of squid, which are distant relatives of molluscs. They contain a protein, tropomyosin, that cross reacts with that of shrimp, crabs etc., sometimes also with that of dust mites and cockroaches. If you are not very allergic to shellfish, you may be able to tolerate calamari. If you are, either avoid them or see an allergist to be tested and find out if you can risk it. ...Read more
I am allergic to most fruits. I really want to eat healthy but i cant.Is there any way possible to be able to eat fruit?
Fruit allergy: Most fruit allergy is a type of oral allergy and not a life threatening allergy. This is related to seasonal nasal allergies. Your best long term hope is to get tested by an allergist and get on allergy shots, they may improve your reactions to fruits and you will be able to eat them. ...Read more
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