How to spot Adult-Onset Food Allergies

Adult Onset Food Allergies

Food allergies are common in children. But if you’re an adult, you know by now what you’re allergic to. Or maybe you’re allergy free.

So you probably assume you’re safe. But be careful because that can change.

A member of our Local 4 family is sharing her terrifying close call after suffering a life-threatening reaction to a food she’s eaten her entire life.

Kila Peeples: “She starts to feel my throat and she goes, ‘oh my gosh your throat’s closing up’. I thought I was dying.”

Local 4 Reporter Sandra Ali shows you the truth about adults and food allergies, and the red flags you should never ignore if it happens to you.

Watch Sandra’s report, Thursday on Local 4 News at 5 p.m.