Wednesday, July 20, 2011

The best ways to manage a fruit allergy

Healthy eating fruits has become trendier nowadays. But some peoples may get allergies to some fruits. Some of the fruits that are known to cause allergies are Apricots, bananas, cherries, kiwis, melons, papayas, peaches, pineapples, plums, and strawberries.

Here the best ways to manage a fruit allergy:

  • Allergic reactions normally occur when the fruits are raw. When the fruits are cooked, canned, micro waved, processed, baked, or heated, the allergic effects are reduced.
    The most allergenic part of the fruit is the skin. Someone who is allergic to fruits such as peaches can eat the flesh without trouble, if the skin is peeled away.
  • Freshly picked apples, or unripe apples, might cause milder allergic reactions versus apples that are stored for weeks after picking.
  • So the best thing that can be done is simply to avoid the fresh fruits that give you allergies.
  • To supplement the nutritional aspects of your diet, surrogate with other fruits such as grapes, currants, gooseberries, guava, mango, figs, avocado, persimmon, and pomegranates. Consult any healthcare provider to suggest other healthy alternatives.

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