The most common food allergies

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Balsam of Peru - Symptoms of an allergen to balsam include redness, swelling, itching, dermatitis, stomatitis, cheilitis, rash pruritus, eczema, and conjunctivitis.

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Balsam of Peru - Balsam can be found in a huge number of things including, but not limited to, beer, wine, juice, ginger, chocolate, vanilla, chewing gum, and candy.

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Fish - An allergic reaction to fish can result in respiratory reactions, anaphylaxis, oral allergy syndrome, and vomiting.

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Fish - Someone with a fish allergy has a 50% chance of being allergic to many different kinds of fish. However, they may be just allergic to one species.

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Garlic - Allergic reactions to garlic may include dermatitis, asymmetrical pattern of fissure, thickening or shedding of the outer skin layers, and anaphylaxis.

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Chili peppers - An allergic reaction to chili peppers can result in a skin rash, hives, tightness of the throat, swelling of the tongue, and vomiting.

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Oats - An allergic reaction to oats can manifest itself in dermatitis, respiratory problems, or with anaphylaxis.

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Peanuts - An allergy to peanuts can lead to swelling, vomiting, and anaphylaxis. It is a different allergy to that of tree nuts, as peanuts are legumes.

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Rice - The symptoms of a rice allergy are usually relatively mild. They include sneezing, itching, stomach ache, and eczema.

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Soy - An allergic reaction to soy can result in anaphylaxis, as well as vomiting, on occasion.

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Tartrazine - An allergy to tartrazine generally produces fairly mild symptoms. It can result in skin irritation, a rash, or hives.

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Tartrazine - The synthetic dye is used as a food coloring. Mostly yellow, but it can also be used for bright green coloring.

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Tree nuts - An allergic reaction to tree nuts can manifest itself in a rash, hives, swelling, vomiting, and anaphylaxis.

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