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All of a sudden a grape allergy? Too much wine?
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Dr. Gary Steven
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Probably not
New-onset, true food allergies in adults is not very common.
It is far more common for adults to develop food intolerances, in which something in the food - a protein, carbohydrate, chemical or additive - doesn't interact well with your body chemistry. Discuss your symptoms with your primary physician or allergist to help figure out what's really going on and what you should do about it.

In brief: Probably not
New-onset, true food allergies in adults is not very common.
It is far more common for adults to develop food intolerances, in which something in the food - a protein, carbohydrate, chemical or additive - doesn't interact well with your body chemistry. Discuss your symptoms with your primary physician or allergist to help figure out what's really going on and what you should do about it.
Dr. Gary Steven
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