Food allergy makes people hyperactive.
The most common immediate symptoms of food allergy are hives swelling, itchy skin, itchiness or tingling in the mouth, a metallic taste in the mouth, coughing, trouble breathing or wheezing, throat tightness, diarrhoea and vomiting. The person may also feel that something bad is going to happen, have pale skin because of low blood pressure or lose consciousness. The most common chronic illnesses associated with food allergies are eczema and asthma.
Lamb and Rice Are Hypoallergenic, Meaning They Cannot Cause Allergic Reactions.
It's Possible for true Allergies to develop after adolescence.
Hives Are Always a Sign of a Food Allergy.
Most People with Allergies Can't Eat Even a Little of what they're Allergic To.
If I vomit Every Time I Eat a Food, I'm probably allergic to It.