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Food allergies

  1. A food allergy is a serious medical condition that affects many people today. For example, the slightest trace of a peanut can trigger a severe allergic reaction that in some cases can be life-threatening. If the diagnosis has been made correctly, it is important to inform yourself thoroughly about this. This is the key to safe and healthy living with a food allergy.

Be careful when eating out

  1. It is very important to pay attention to what foods a particular kitchen uses when going to a restaurant. Some types of cuisines often serve foods containing peanut protein or oil, as well as gluten or soy products. Ask the waiter to check the ingredients in the dish you are ordering. You should definitely make it clear that you are allergic to certain foods and ignoring them can lead to serious consequences. Also make sure that when you go out for dinner abroad, you know the translation of the food to which you can have an allergic reaction so that no miscommunication can happen.

Hidden ingredients

  1. If you suffer from a food allergy or a food intolerance, it is essential that you know and even memorize the different names of the substances that the food may contain and to which you can have an allergic reaction. Dairy products and eggs are often present in a wide variety of foods, gluten is also often a hidden ingredient in cold cuts, cheese, sauces, gravies, yogurt, and even frozen vegetables. If you are allergic to corn, keep in mind that many processed foods contain corn syrup, even products labeled with dextrose, fructose, or even food coloring may contain corn ingredients.

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