*Skin symptoms, respiratory manifestations, and cardiovascular system symptoms, plus/minus digestive symptoms *Symptoms onset during exercise occurring within 1-6 h after eating wheat products *No WDEIA occurred if they avoided eating wheat products entirely, or did not undertake exercise within 6 h after eating wheat-related foods *Food-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis FDEIA caused by other food rather than wheat related was excluded from the study.
We propose new diagnostic criteria and new management of WDEIA patients based on the present data, alongside the anaphylaxis NIAID 2006 criteria  and recently published diagnosis and management in FDEIA patients in the outpatient setting.
In other people, exercise can provoke a food allergy, a condition called food-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis, or FDEIA
. For people with this condition, it turns out that running in the cold may be a way to avoid a dangerous allergic reaction.