Vegetable Allergy

  • June 6, 2018

    Do You Have a Garlic Allergy?

    Do you tend to experience odd symptoms after eating garlic? According to specialists you might have a garlic allergy. Garlic is one of the representatives of the lily plant family. Experts recommend eating garlic, as it helps to provide certain health benefits, such as lowering cholesterol levels and high blood...

  • June 5, 2018

    Who Is at Risk for a Carrot Allergy?

    Nearly any food can trigger an allergic reaction, and carrots are not an exception. A carrot is a nutritious vegetable that contains beta carotene. However, in some people, eating this veggie can lead to serious allergy symptoms. An allergy to carrots can be a result of oral allergy syndrome, also...

  • February 20, 2018

    Can You Develop a Potato Allergy?

    Compared to other veggies like eggplant or cabbage, potatoes have long been considered relatively safe for people with food allergies. What is more, dieticians and other doctors tend to include potatoes in the diets designed to eliminate various allergens from your system, including milk and dairy products, soya, wheat, etc....

  • January 27, 2018

    What Do You Need to Know About a Nightshade Allergy?

    Nightshades are a part of many people’s everyday diets; however, some of us may develop a nightshade intolerance or a nightshade allergy.   Nightshade vegetables and fruits belong to the Solanaceae family of flowering plants. There are thousand of species of nightshades, and many of them are used in cooking...

  • January 26, 2018

    Tomato Allergy: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment

    If your body reacts badly to tomatoes, you might have a tomato intolerance or a tomato allergy. Tomato allergies relate to type 1 hypersensitivity to tomatoes, which are also known as contact allergies. If you have this type of allergy, every time you come into contact with a trigger, which...