Hypoallergenic diet was created in an aim to reduce the symptoms or occurrence of food allergies. It is sometimes called as the “elimination diet.” Around the world there are millions of people that have developed allergies to certain foods; and whenever the person fails to eliminate these “allergens” out from their diet, they will keep on experiencing typical signs of allergic reactions such as, redness, itching, hives, fainting, difficulty of breathing and even stomach upset. If left untreated, these symptoms may worsen or persist. Food allergy or sometimes called “food intolerance” can virtually affect any people at some point of their life. However, studies revealed that it’s only around 3% of older individuals and 6% to 8% of children are affected and had been clinically proven to suffer from “true” allergic reactions and needs to stick with their customized hypoallergenic diet.