The Delayed Symptoms of Red Meat Allergies

Many people associate food allergies with bad reactions to foods such as nuts, shellfish, and wheat. They aren’t likely to think of red meat. In fact, red meat allergies do occur—but the warning signs may not show themselves immediately. An allergic reaction to red meat can happen hours after you consume it, and you may not even associate your symptoms with the food. Watch this informative video to learn more about red meat allergies and how to recognize the symptoms.

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