Seasonal Allergy Cross-Reaction Chart

As many as 1 in 3 seasonal allergy sufferers may experience oral allergy syndrome – a tingling of the mouth or itchy throat – after ingesting certain foods. If you're allergic to seasonal tree pollen, this sensation can be due to a cross-reaction between the proteins in the foods you're eating and tree pollen.

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This chart can help you figure out what foods enhance reactions to certain types of tree pollen, so you can be aware of what foods to avoid to help keep your allergies at bay. For a larger printable version of this chart, please click here.