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Published: Sun, January 29, 2017
World | By Lorena Waters

Dead parasites in your sushi can trigger allergic reaction | ScienceNordic

Dead parasites in your sushi can trigger allergic reaction | ScienceNordic

Eating raw fish containing tiny dead roundworms can cause an allergic reaction and at worst send your body into shock.

> For most fish lovers, sushi is an exquisite delicacy. But you can not eat raw fish without running the risk of also eating the parasitic worm Anisakis and once you have been infected there is a risk of developing allergy. (Photo: Shutterstock)

If you eat anisakis, a parasitic roundworm (nematode), you are getting a serious allergic reaction if you have been infected by live Anisakis.

This is the surprising conclusion of a major US research project whose purpose is to examine the parasitic worm's effects on consumer health and safety. "Says Professor Kurt Buchmann from the University of Copenhagen, who is attached to the research project.

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We know that the Anisakis nematode produces 12 different substances which provoke al Lergies. Some of these substances enable them to penetrate the flesh of a fish, while others hinder certain aspects of the immune system's functionality, "says Buchmann.

So even though the fish have been frozen and the nematodes are no longer

Professor Christian Kapel, a zoologist and a researcher at the University of Copenhagen, emphasizes that this applies only to people who have had Previous contact with the allergy-provoking substances.

Kapel explains that patients previously infected by the parasite develop hypersensitivity to the nematode's antigens, which means that their body reacts to the instant it detects their presence.

Typical symptoms include nettle fever, reddening, And blistering of the skin. Other experience air passage problems and an allergic reaction may cause pain and stomach / intestinal discomfort.

In extremely rare cases, the body will go into shock.

"Freezing is still a pretty good precaution against infection by a living parasite and thus avoiding the risk of developing hypersensitivity to the parasite , "Says Kapel.

You should always call a doctor if you experience one of the above-mentioned symptoms shortly after eating raw fish. The doctor will usually identify the symptoms by taking a blood sample to reveal the antibodies in your body.

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