When people with apparent food allergies are tested, only about one out of four turns out to have symptoms from the food they suspected. Food allergies are not as common as many people think, but they do exist.
Food allergies are most common in infants and young children. This is especially true in the first year of life before the gut and immune system have become fully developed. Fortunately, many of these early allergies are outgrown as the child gets older. ...Continue Reading →