Rapeseed/Canola allergy symptoms😣😤🙅

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Asthma symptoms can develop such as wheezing, chest tightness, difficulty breathing and shortness of breath. Extreme shortness of breath can occur if you consume a high amount of canola or rapeseed which could lead to hospitalisation,  many GPS will tell you that you are having anxiety attacks.

Inflammation in the respiratory symptom sneezing, a runny nose and watery eyes. These symptoms can cause sinus headaches, facial tenderness. Your skin may become inflamed and irritated, causing hives, eczema and itchiness.

Skin issues such as acne and eczema can occur due to the poison trying to escape your system.

Digestive issues such as feeling like you have ingested poison  (which you have ) feeling sick to your stomach,  stomach cramps, a lot of gas or burping. Feeling swollen. Swelling on belly that makes you look pregnant or fat, IBS symptoms.

Narcolepsy, falling asleep at unusual intervals of the day and not remembering how you fell asleep, extreme drowsiness and fatigue. Rapeseed oil allergy sufferers always report falling asleep after a heavy meal due to the high dose of rapeseed or canola consumed.

Chronic fatigue syndrome can come about due to your body trying to fight of the poison entering your system.

Strong migraines, after consuming the oil about 10 to 20 minutes after people report a very strong migraine attack. This is due to sensitivity.

Rapeseed/Canola allergy sufferers are advised to read all labels carefully and to use alternative oils such as olive oil, avocado oil and coconut oil. If you suspect you have a food allergy keep a food diary and mark down times and dates of symptoms along with food that you eat.

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