Do you have allergies?
Although it may seem like a dead end question, some people need to know exactly what it means to have a food allergy. You or even your small child may be experiencing occasional symptoms that could indicate allergies. You can narrow down if this is true or not by knowing the common childhood and adult food allergies.
Food allergies are common in children and adolescents. Children can’t sometimes tolerate certain foods which may result in rashes, diarrhea, and even excessive coughing. While many children outgrow their food allergies by age three or five, they can progress and move to adulthood.
Common Childhood Food Allergies
Common Adult Food Allergies
- Tree nuts
If you or your children eat any of the following foods and thereafter experience some of the symptoms mentioned, you may be allergic to them. The best way to find out for sure to is to see a physician.