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Is there latex in bananas

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  bananas belong to a group of fruits and vegetables known to be cross-reactive with latex allergies. What this means is that patient who are allergic to latex may suffer either similar or more serious reactions if they ingest these foods.   the protein content of bananas have the tendency to mimic that of latex materials, thus an allergic reaction is then triggered. The immune system of human beings is designed to react to the things or factors that may pose a threat to an individuals health and well-being.   this is because some of the proteins in the rubber trees that produce latex are known to cause allergies, and they are similar to the proteins found in some nuts and fruits, including bananas. In this manner, do banana peels have latex? Bananas are a popular fruit. This is because some of the proteins in the rubber trees that produce latex are known to cause allergies, and they are similar to the proteins found in some nuts and fruits, including bananas. This syndrome is known as latex-food syndrome or latex-fruit allergy.   studies have found the cross-reaction with banana to be fairly common. However, in the syndrome, whats not always clear is whether the sensitization to latex comes before or after the onset of allergy to one or more of the fruits. That reaction risk is the reason avoidance of these fruits and vegetables is standard advice for latex allergy.

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