WHEAT ALERGY AND SYMPTOMS
OF WHEAT ALERGIES
The wheat alergy typically signifies the unfavorable reactions
involving immunoglobulin E – IgE antibodies to one or more
protein divisions of wheat such as: albumin, globulin, gliadin
and gluten. However, the greater parts of IgE-mediated reactions
to wheat absorb the albumin and globulin portions. Gliadin and
gluten could also persuade IgE-mediated reactions seldom.
The consumption of wheat containing foods or inhaling the
wheat flour may trigger the alergic reactions to wheat which is
also known as the baker’s asthma.
It is noticed to initiate instantly within minutes or
sometimes after eating or inhaling wheat. The most usual
symptoms of wheat allergy are: skin – urticaria – atopic eczema
– angioedema, gastrointestinal tract, oral syndromes, abdominal
cramps, nausea and vomiting as well as respiratory related
disorders like asthma or allergic rhinitis.