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Food allergic patients have to deal with an avoidance diet. Confusing labelling terms or precautionary labels can result in misinterpretation and risk-taking behaviour. Even those patients that strictly adhere to their diet experience (sometimes severe) unexpected allergic reactions to food. The frequency, severity and causes of such reactions are unknown.(More)
Results IgE to hazelnut extract was significantly higher in children with severe than with no or mild symptoms. Sensitization to rCor a 1.04 was common among both children and adults, while sensitization to rCor a 8 was rare. In 13% of children and 49% of adults with a severe hazelnut allergy, only sensitization to rCor a 1.04 was observed and not to other(More)
INTRODUCTION Involvement of cofactors, like physical exercise, alcohol consumption and use of several types of medication, are associated with more severe food allergic symptoms. However, there is limited evidence on how often cofactors play a role in food allergic reactions. The study aimed to get more insight into the frequency of exposure to cofactors(More)
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