If you think that you have food allergies, it's best to be seen by an allergist to help you pinpoint the cause. You can even keep a food diary and see if you can find the culprit yourself. If you can link one or two foods that you eat constantly to when you get the itchy rash then that's a start. The rash itself can be from a food allergy too.
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