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Food allergy - Milk products
Milk Products

Information on milk allergies
Food allergy - Wheat/cereals

Information on wheat and cereal allergies
Food allergy - other

Information on other specific allergies

allergic reactions
Are Dairy Products Really Good for You?
Are Dairy Products Really Good for You? - Yashna Harjani - Milk, that familiar white liquid, one drank as a baby and child is now a recommended food for adults too. The reason being, that calcium is good for bones and milk being an...
breast milk
- A woman's body produces breast milk after the birth of an infant. After delivery of the baby, changes in hormonal patterns of the mother change rapidly. This triggers the release of hormones that cause the body to produce breast milk.
celiac disease
Coeliac disease is a malabsorption syndrome. The intestine is not able to absorb vital dietary nutrients from foods. Due to a sensitivity of foods containing gliadin, an alcohol-soluble portion of gluten.
food allergy
- A food allergy is an immune response caused by certain foods when those foods are eaten or come into contact with the body.
anaphylactic shock
- Hives are red, itchy welts on the skin that come and go over the course of minutes or hours. All types of hives can cause itching. They usually form on the skin but sometimes hives form in the soft tissue of the mouth, eyes and throat.
- Itching is an irritating sensation in the skin that makes a person want to scratch.
Chinese restaurant syndrome
- Chinese restaurant syndrome (CRS) occurs in some people after they eat foods containing the food additive monosodium glutamate (MSG) - a common ingredient in Chinese food.
food additives
- Wheezing describes a form of difficult, noisy breathing.
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