Wheat or grain allergy - symptoms and how to test
A wheat allergy means having an adverse reaction to wheat. Both ingesting wheat and being exposed to wheat flour can trigger allergic responses. A wheat allergy affects babies and toddlers with immature immunological and digestive systems adversely. Adults can develop wheat allergies, typically as a cross-sensitivity to grass pollen, even though most children overcome them by age 16. Wheat allergy testing can detect if you or your kid is sensitive to wheat or other grains. You may use it to determine if your reaction to a specific meal is an actual allergy or a sensitivity to that food.