What are the clinical manifestations of protein allergies

What are the clinical manifestations of protein allergies
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Clinical manifestations of protein allergies

We all know about food, medical allergy. But when it comes to protein allergy, many people may not understand. The occurrence of protein allergy can cause great distress to patients, it will have a great impact on their daily life.
Let see what is the cause of protein allergies and to understand the symptoms of protein allergy to see how to solve this problem.
The so-called protein allergy refers to the body immune system on the specific food produced an abnormal immune response. So, what are the clinical manifestations of protein allergies?
In general, protein from food get into the body, but the immune system treat it as a virus invasion. So it produced an exclusion phenomenon, skin irritation, diarrhea and other symptoms to show allergic effects. This is what we call it is a protein allergy.
Relative to adult, protein allergy most occur in infants, Protein allergy and other food allergy is not the same place, protein allergies only refers to the protein uptake caused by allergic symptoms.
As the baby’s intestinal system and the immune system are not yet mature. So that the baby can not be normal absorption, so there will be a phenomenon of physical exclusion.
In general, baby’s are breastfeeding, and in the first contact with some high protein foods such as: eggs, milk, seafood and others are high protein foods. Baby’s stomach system can not afford and adapt to such high protein food, so there are allergy symptoms.

The symptoms of protein allergy

In general, the most intuitive symptoms of protein allergy is reflect at the skin. Besides that, protein allergies may also have other symptoms such as:
  1. Gastrointestinal problems – Nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, diarrhea, abdominal distension, abdominal pain.
  2. Skin allergies – Skin irritation, urticaria and itching. Any allergic phenomenon will intuitive through the skin.
  3. The affected of nervous system – Headache or dizziness. For babies, the possibility of dyspnea or shock symptoms may occur.
For protein allergies should go for a medical treatment as soon as possible to prevented cause of chronic illnesses such as: Arthritis, depression, high blood pressure, dementia, diabetes and so on.

The effect of protein allergy

  • Nutritional deficiency, obstruction of development
  • Long-term consequences: Gastrointestinal inflammation, damage gastrointestinal health

Most adults will be allergic to what food?

For adults, about 3% are allergic to certain foods such as: Apple, hazelnut, celery, sesame seeds, peanut, milk and sea food allergic. It is bad news for those adults who want to go for body-building. 
The cause of high allergic rates such as apples, hazelnuts and celery may related to allergies to pollen. The older the age the higher the association of pollen allergies.
In fact, most of the food allergy can cured by dietary healing. Let’s say milk protein allergy. For example, if the baby can do strict avoidance, do not eat or do not touch the milk protein, after a certain time it may not be allergic anymore.
Infants need to avoid about 6 months, adult time to avoid a little longer may take one to two years. The basically can cure milk protein allergy. This is a good news for adults who ready for body-building.

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