Corn Allergy Symptoms are like many other allergy symptoms. The easiest way to
know if you are allergic to corn is to get an allergy test. Another great way to
see if you are allergic to corn or have an intolerance is to write down every thing you eat and how you
feel. However, because corn is in practically every processed food, it is
difficult to pin down. It is my belief that many people in America suffer from
corn allergies and don't even know it.
- Shiners ( dark circles under the eyes )
- Bad Breath
- Panic Attacks
- Runny Nose
- Stuffy Nose
- Tiredness / Exhaustion - sometimes extreme
- Feel tired after you eat
- Swollen Ankles
- General swelling
- Headaches / migraines
- Sinus Problems
- Abdominal problems (similar to IBS)
- Stomach aches
- Gas / Bloating
- Increase in OCD symptoms (ticks, nail biting, etc)
- Sleep Apnea
- Trouble Breathing
- Sudden blood sugar fluctuations
Email your symptoms to me at
CornAllergySymptoms@gmail.com and I will add them to my list!
Some people have different reactions. My ankles
swell up terribly if I eat corn or many corn derivatives.
I know many people say you can't be allergic to corn syrup for example, because the protein is gone. But I challenge them all
to tell me why my ankles swell suddenly and I feel like I am going to pass out whenever I
eat anything with corn in it. Even if you don't have a full blown allergy, you can have many of the same symptoms
if you have developed a corn intolerance. The best way to find out is to do an elimination diet. Listen to your
body. If you eat something and you feel worse you may want to remove it from your diet.
Please share your corn experiences with me so I can add symptoms to the list. Together,
we can help others who may be suffering needlessly!