Date Fruit and Allergy

Date Fruit

Date Fruit is one of the most popular and delicious fruits in the worldwide. This fruit is one of the most perfect foods because rich of excellent and good nutrients, vitamins, antioxidants, fibers and minerals therefore helps and treats some diseases. But with all these benefits however, this fruit can do (make) too much problems for those who develop allergies to it.

Allergy Introduction

An allergy is a reaction by your immune system to something that does not bother most other people (an abnormal immune reaction to the proteins found in fruits and vegetables). People who have allergies often are sensitive to more than one thing.

Date Fruit Allergy

Date fruit allergy is a rare occurrence because most of experts and doctors offer date fruit. The fruits are safe to eat in infants, and pregnant woman. However, if you have an allergic reaction after eating dried date is an adverse reaction by the body's immune system to dried date. Most reactions are limited to itching and inflammation in the mouth and throat but others can experience more serious symptoms, in the general there are three types of dried date fruit allergy.

Date Fruit Allergy Kinds

  • Dried Date Fruit Mold Allergy

Date fruit Allergy is most likely caused by mold or sulfites. Dried date is a common source of mold. You should learn too much exposure can cause symptoms such as wheezing, trouble breathing, a stuffy or runny nose, itchy watery eyes and skin rashes.

  • Dried Date Fruit Sulfite Sensitivity

Sulfites are often added to dried fruit as a preservative. Some experts estimate that roughly 1 percent of people are sensitive to them. Sensitivity can develop at any time in life, and the causes are not known. Sulfites are banned in fruit and vegetables that are to be eaten raw. Symptoms often resemble those for asthma and can range from a mild wheezing to a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction, which requires immediate medical attention.

  • Date Fruit Pollen

Some people sensitized individual to date fruit pollen so may elicit cross-hypersensitivity reactions. A person with this type of date fruit allergy will experience immediate tingling, swelling or itching in the lips, mouth or throat.

Treatments for Date Fruit Allergy

The best way for a person with allergies, avoid of dried date fruit and its other products. When this is not possible for us, treatment depends on the nature and amount of the reaction. Treatments include:

  • Dietary reformation and allergen avoidance: with education of children, parents and all the people.
  • No treatment: if signs are weak and self-limiting
  • Antihistamines: Useful for allergic rhinitis and some allergy mediated skin conditions.