A food allergy affects over 11 million Americans. An allergic reaction to food or a food ingredient, such as a colouring or preservative, is known as a food allergy.
When an allergic food (antigen) provokes an antibody reaction, IgE binds to white blood cells (mast cells and basophils) and releases histamine, causing swelling and inflammation.
Because there isn’t enough acid in the stomach to adequately break down the food, “foreign” proteins find their way into the body and trigger an immunological reaction
Vitamin E is believed to be anti-allergenic and can help strengthen your immune system