September 28, 2022

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Can a Tick Bite Make You Allergic to Red Meat?

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Can you really become allergic to red meat? Yes. Alpha-gal is a sugar molecule found in many mammals, including pigs, cattle, and lamb. And yes, it is possible for the human immune system to become reactive to alpha-gal, and growing evidence suggests that this sensitivity can develop from a tick bite.

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