Nutritionist: These signs reveal that you have a peanut allergy

23 June, 2022
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Nutritionist: These signs reveal that you have a peanut allergy

German nutritionist Yvonne Braun revealed that peanuts lead to allergic responses in some people, known as peanut allergy.

Brown explained that the symptoms of peanut allergy are tingling in the mouth and throat, itching, redness and swelling of the skin, rashes, stomach pain, vomiting, diarrhea and allergic runny nose.

In severe cases, the patient may suffer from shortness of breath and anaphylactic shock, which poses a threat to life. 

To avoid these hassles and risks, the patient must completely dispense with peanuts as well as foods containing peanuts.

People with severe allergic reactions to peanuts should always have an emergency kit with them, especially when traveling. The emergency kit includes an epinephrine auto-injector, a corticosteroid (in liquid or pill form) and an antihistamine (in liquid or pill form) for immediate treatment.


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