Certain foods cause allergies in some people. Reactions can range from mild to severe. The usual symptoms of an allergic reaction include itching or tingling sensation in the mouth; itching on skin; swelling of face, tongue, throat, lips, etc; nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea; decrease in blood pressure; dizziness or fainting.
There are some foods that may not give you a food allergy, but cause some kind of a physical reaction. Learn about five such vegetables that can have strange physical effects in this infographic.
Eating lots of beetroots can lead to a condition known as Beeturia in some people that turns urine red.
Eating asparagus gives a pungent smell to urine, which is detectable by only 25-50% of the population.
Cutting raw butternut squash can make your skin on hands go dry and rough, which may later crack and peel off.
Eating carrots in excess can cause a condition known as Carotenemia, in which the skin turns orangish.
Eating plenty of tomatoes over some time gives an orange shade to the skin.