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What Causes Allergies?

Monday August 30, 2004
About 40% of us suffer from some form of allergies. And they're particularly bad during spring and fall, when pollens and molds are high. But allergies aren't just about a runny nose and scratchy throat. In fact, allergies are caused by a reaction in your immune system. Read more about it in our Allergy Care Center. allergy.jpg


December 13, 2006 at 4:09 am
(1) A.S says:

Thank you, you’ve helped me a lot in schol.

April 14, 2008 at 12:35 pm
(2) A. Jakobsson says:

Preservatives and Additives Can Affect Allergies

When preparing a meal to cook it, there are ingredients that will need to be blended together to give this meal a good taste. Some of the ingredients added like vegetables or fruit that is dry or juices will enhance the flavor to the food. But, some of these additives and preservatives are not good for those who have allergies with them.

If there is an allergy with the preservatives and additives in foods, the body will let you know in several ways. Each person is different and may react in other ways. But the most common signs of allergies with preservatives and additives is nausea, itchy skin with hives maybe some diarrhea or throwing up.

Learning what the body is saying is very important. So, if any of these symptoms develop after eating foods with preservatives or additives, take a close evaluation of the ingredients and remove what is affecting your body.

July 8, 2008 at 3:25 pm
(3) Meggie says:

thank u you really helped me a lot

January 2, 2009 at 3:17 pm
(4) mhqf says:

doesnt actually make me sure of what sets me off.>:(

January 15, 2009 at 2:17 pm
(5) nisan says:

thx helped me alot

January 15, 2009 at 7:00 pm
(6) sup says:

Really helped in school thx

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