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    Does someone know how the whole thig works? I really love chocolate and I’ve been eating a lot of it for my whole life but now, somehow, I got allergic to it. At least it seems so. How the hell could that happen?



    There are many proteins in chocolate that cause allergic reactions, but most people react to cocoa. Other ingredients may also cause an allergic reaction such as soy lecithin, tyramine, phenylethylamine, theobromine, caffeine, flavorings, and emulsifiers. To determine what protein or ingredient you’re allergic to, contact a board-certified allergist.



    the safest thing is not that you are allegious to the chocolate itself, but to the milk that complements it in many cases, that is why we become lactose intolerant and these products have a lot of whey visit this website where you can find more information and also alternatives to be able to consume higher quality chocolate again, good if you want that or you can look for a nutritionist.

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