Skin Asthma: Bawal na Pagkain

    Skin Asthma: Bawal na Pagkain

    Skin asthma, also known as atopic dermatitis, is a condition that makes your skin red and itchy. Skin asthma can occur in children but it may occur at any age.

    Atopic dermatitis or skin asthma is a chronic inflammatory condition that leaves the skin red and itchy. People of all ages can get it, but it’s most common in young children.

    This can be triggered by a lot of different factors. Your skin asthma can be triggered by pollen and dust. Irritants to the skin such as skin products, sweat and excessive heat can cause skin asthma.

    One of the main triggers of skin eczema is food allergies. If you are allergic to a specific food, there is a big chance that you can develop skin asthma because of this allergen.

    Eczema symptoms include:

    • Inflamed, dry, sensitive, or red skin
    • Patches of skin that are dark in color or scaly
    • Swelling
    • Extremely itchy sensation
    • Skin that is crusty

    Mga Bawal ng Pagkain sa May Skin Asthma

    Allergies can be caused by many foods. The following list contains mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma.


    Milk is included in the list of mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma. An allergic reaction to milk or milk-containing products is an abnormal response of the immune system. Allergies to cow’s milk are most common, but allergies to milk from sheep, goats, buffaloes and other mammals may also occur.

    • Milk (low fat, full cream, etc)
    • Cheese
    • Butter
    • Yogurt
    • Half-and-half
    • Ice cream, gelato


    Egg allergies occur because the body’s immune system reacts abnormally to the proteins present in egg whites and/or yolks. Ang eggs ay isa sa mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma.

    Protein in eggs is considered a foreign invader by the body, and the immune system produces chemicals to fight against it which results in an allergic reaction.

    • Marshmallows
    • Mayonnaise
    • Meringue
    • Baked goods
    • Breaded foods
    • Processed meat, meatloaf and meatballs
    • Puddings and custards
    • Salad dressing
    • Many pastas


    Peanut allergies are caused by peanut proteins triggering the immune system. Ang peanuts ay isa sa mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma. Whether it is a direct or indirect contact with peanuts, it can still trigger an adverse response from the immune system.

    • Arachis hypogaea (Known as the peanut plant)
    • Mixed nuts
    • Monkey nuts
    • Artificial nuts
    • Nut pieces
    • Nutmeat
    • Peanuts
    • Peanut butter
    • Peanut flour
    • Peanut protein hydrolysate
    • Beer Nuts

    Tree nuts

    The immune system of an individual with an allergy to a tree nut may produce antibodies that can cause a reaction when they are exposed to that nut.

    Ang tree nut ay isa sa mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma.

    • Almond
    • Butternut
    • Cashew
    • Chestnut
    • Filbert/hazelnut
    • Nut byproducts such as butters, milk, oils and paste
    • Pecan
    • Pesto
    • Pili nut
    • Pistachio
    • Shea nut
    • Walnut


    Normally, your immune system works against infections, but when you are allergic to fish, it overreacts to fish proteins. Ang isda ay isa sa mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma.

    Some fish may cause an allergy but not all fish can cause allergies. The allergic reaction usually occurs when someone consumes fish but touching the fish may also cause allergies.

    • Swordfish
    • Anchovies
    • Tuna
    • Bass
    • Catfish
    • Flounder
    • Mahi mahi
    • Cod
    • Tilapia
    • Trout
    • Salmon

    Also avoid these fish products:

    • Fish sticks
    • Fish Flavoring
    • Fish gelatin
    • Fish oil

    Mga Bawal na Pagkain sa May Skin Asthma: Shellfish

    An allergy to shellfish is caused by the body’s immune system reacting abnormally to proteins in certain marine animals. Among the marine animals classified under the shellfish category are crustaceans and mollusks.

    Ang shellfish ay isa sa mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma. When a person is allergic to shellfish, proteins in the shelfish bind to antibodies that trigger an immune response from the body.


    • Shrimp
    • Crab
    • Lobster
    • Prawns


    • Clams
    • Scallops
    • Mussels
    • Squid
    • Abalone
    • Oysters
    • Octopus
    • Snail

    More people are allergic to crustaceans than they are to mollusks. Allergy to shrimps is the most common crustacean allergen in children and adults.


    It’s common to be allergic to soy, a product of soybeans. In most cases, soy allergy begins in infancy with a reaction to infant formula containing soy. In spite of most children outgrowing their soy allergy, some suffer from it into adulthood.

    • Soy products such as ice and ice cream
    • Soy sauce
    • Miso
    • Soy flour
    • Vegetable products such as oil, gum, and starch
    • Natto
    • Shoyu
    • Tofu


    Ang wheat ay isa sa mga bawal na pagkain sa may skin asthma. Wheat is known to cause allergic reactions when eaten but it can also cause allergic reactions when inhaled.

    • Breads
    • Pastries
    • Breakfast cereals
    • Pasta
    • Crackers
    • Soy sauce
    • Dairy products
    • Natural flavorings
    • Modified food starch
    • Vegetable gum
    • Processed Meat

    Key Takeaways

    Skin asthma, also known as atopic dermatitis, is usually caused by triggers such as pollen, dust, sweat, excessive heat, and at times, food.

    Food allergies can cause skin asthma. The most common food allergies are milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, soy, and wheat.

    Hello Health Group does not provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.




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    Written by Hazel Caingcoy Updated Nov 15, 2021
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