Cow milk allergy mainly affects young children and requires avoidance of all milk and milk products.
Peanut allergy requires lifelong avoidance of peanuts and peanut products due to the risk of severe allergic reactions..
Egg white allergy is common, and a diet free of eggs is the treatment. Cooked eggs can be reintroduced for some.
Wheat allergy requires a wheat-free diet as there are hundreds of proteins in wheat that can cause sensitivity. Fortunately, many people outgrow it before school age.
Shellfish allergy: tropomyosin protein as trigger, only treatment is shellfish-free diet.
Tree nut allergy is common and can cause severe reactions, requiring lifelong avoidance of all tree nuts and their products.
Fish allergies can be mistaken for fish contamination.
Avoid soy products. If you have a soy allergy, the only treatment is the removal of soy from your diet.