Glucose allergies are very rare, also known as glucose intolerance and pre-diabetes. In this case, the glucose of a person is high, but not high enough for a full-blown diabetes
Common symptoms are insatiable thirst, blurry vision, irritability, excessive perspiration, muscle cramps, swollen tissues that are tender, rashes that are painful to touch, migraine, itching and irritation of the mouth and throat blocking air intake, wheezing, anaphylaxis, and digestive system upset
If not given proper attention, a person might suffer from Lethargy, constant itching of external genitalia, blurred vision and premature menopause (in women).
Diet for Glucose Allergic People
Processed foods should be avoided because of its high saturated fat, preservatives, trans fat and refined sugar contents increasing glucose levels in the body
Include in the diet monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats which are considered healthy by lowering risks of heart problems. Olive oil, macadamia nuts are high in omega-9 fats reduces insulin resistance, omega-3 fatty acids in fish promotes proper insulin body usage and protein stabilized blood sugar. Polyunsaturated fat are contents of foods like walnuts, sunflower seeds and vegetable oils and monounsaturated fats are in avocados, peanut butter and vegetable oils.
Vegetables and complex carbohydrates intake helps the body stabilize blood sugar and reduces cholesterol levels.
Limit dairy products and sugar intake
Pair the diet with daily exercise such as 30-minute brisk walking, yoga or meditation
For worst cases, one can ask for the aid of a licensed nutritionist for a well-planned and monitored diet