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Food Allergies


When you have a food allergy, your immune system misinterprets a particular food or an ingredient in food as being dangerous. Your immune system then stimulates cells to release immunoglobulin E (IgE), an antibody that can neutralize the allergen—the food or substance that causes an allergy—by neutralizing it.

The following time you consume even a tiny quantity of that food, IgE antibodies detect it and alert your immune system to release histamine and other chemicals into your bloodstream. These substances produce allergy-related symptoms.

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