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Minor food allergy

I recently took an allergy test and it came up positive for broccoli and green string beans.

I just find it weird how I would eat those vegetables often but never (and i'm grateful for this) got a serious reaction, or a noticeable one.

I was just wondering how I got away with eating those foods without ever realizing anything.
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Hi, your symptoms could be due to food intolerance. This can cause mild symptoms which may not be noticeable. Up to 20% of the population perceive themselves as suffering from food allergy but only 1-2% of adults have genuine food allergies. The most common culprits are peanuts, milk, eggs, soy and shellfish. Maintain a food diary and note down and monitor your symptoms. This may help to track your symptoms. Regards.
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That's very strange, I am allergic to dust, pollen, etc. Luckily I am not allergic to any vegetables!
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