VIVAnews - What to know that your baby is healthy? Foods that should help the children grow up healthy and strong it is also worth noting. Because the food is often consumed, such as peanut butter, eggs, or milk can cause health problems and could be a major source of anxiety parents.
Between 6 - 8 percent of children from the age of three years vulnerable to certain food allergies, and the numbers expected to rise. Research shows the number of children with peanut allergies has doubled in the last few years.
Researchers continue to find out what led to the increase in allergies in children. They suspect, some combination of genetic and environmental factors also contributed to the cause of allergies.
To prevent your child avoid the dangers of allergies you may want to know, what foods they eat the little one cause allergic reactions.
Symptoms caused by food allergies usually occur within a few minutes to an hour after eating the food. Symptoms are usually caused obvious, such as itching with rash occur, vomiting, diarrhea and swelling around the lips, tongue, or eyes. In severe cases, a person experiences several symptoms at once. This can be life-threatening, this type of allergy known as anaphylaxis.
Most of the 90 percent of food allergies are triggered by milk, eggs, peanuts, beans, wheat, soy, shellfish, and fish.
There are 8 types of allergies commonly known laymen. And if a child is allergic to a food, it is usually allergic to the allergen (allergy source) others, said Scott Sicherer, MD, an author of 'Understanding and Managing Your Child's Food Allergies "(Johns Hopkins University Press). All you need to know, peanuts, nuts, and shellfish are the most likely to cause anaphylaxis.
Children who are allergic to food or dust typically have immune systems are low. Allergic process occurs normally, the first time your child ate, their immune system to form antibodies called IgE. These antibodies attached to cells that live in the nose, throat, lungs, skin, or digestive tract. Every time your child eat food that makes allergies, these cells are activated, causing symptoms such as itching and swelling.
Children tend to allergies if their parents are allergic. A child with one parent who has any allergies, including food, dust or seasonal allergies, has a 30 percent chance to be allergic. Having two parents increased the risk of allergic children to 60 percent.