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Do Red Lentils Cause Allergy?

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Nadia Galinova
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Nadia Galinova

If you want to include red lentils in your menu, but you don't know if it causes allergic reactions, this advice will tell you.

It has been proven that almost all foods that are red in color contain a large amount of strong allergen, which can manifest differently in each person.

Like all other red-colored foods, lentils, if consumed in large quantities, can cause kidney stones. In addition, the abdomen can often be swollen, you can have fatigue and have difficulty breathing.

If you have the following symptoms after consuming red lentils, you most likely have an allergic reaction:

- If you have itching;

- If you sneeze often;

- If you swell up;

- If you go into anaphylactic shock;

- If you have a runny nose.

After all said, we should conclude that red lentils cause an allergic reaction, but only if you consume too much of them and you are at risk of frequent allergic reactions to other foods as well.

If you experience the above symptoms, you should see a doctor immediately. If you don't want it to go that far, consume red lentils with moderation and enjoy.

Have a look and see if you can lose weight with red lentils.

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