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Ins and Outs of a Yeast Allergy

These days people can be allergic to just about anything. Sometimes when someone tells about their allergy others will look at them with a blank stare or react with a statement about just desensitizing yourself by ingesting more of that thing. When you have an allergy, however, you know that it can be very serious, even life threatening if not handled correctly. It is possible that the more exposure someone has to the allergen, the allergy will actually get worse instead of improve.

One product that most people would not think about as a culprit for allergy is yeast. Having a yeast allergy can be difficult to pinpoint, but not impossible. The allergy is different from having a yeast infection in the body, which is caused by candidiasis. This needs to be treated differently than a yeast allergy.

If you have symptoms like respiratory issues, hives, watery and itchy eyes, GI symptoms with bloating, constipation or diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, you may want to consider getting tested for allergies. These are symptoms of many types of allergies. By having a skin test or blood work with your doctor, they can narrow down any possible suspects for the allergy. Once it is narrowed down to the culprit, or culprits, then you can decide the best way to handle the allergy.

Most people will try an elimination diet with food allergies. This is where you would eliminate foods from your diet that you feel are causing the issues. Once you are off of these foods for a few weeks or more, then you can see how your body is reacting to not having these foods in your system. If things seem better then you can try to reintroduce one food at a time into your diet for a few days and see how you react. You should be able to tell quickly if it is a food you cannot tolerate anymore.

Yeast allergy can be a tricky one since so many products contain yeast. Be sure to watch for things like breads, pastas, rolls, beer and even hidden in other products like soy sauce, meats, potato chips and more. It is important with all allergies to read the labels on the product before you ingest them, and also be aware of any derivative names that actually come from the product you cannot eat. It is possible to treat a yeast allergy if you are informed and conscientious.

Last modified onSunday, 28 July 2013 04:35

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