Why Does Chocolate Make You Sneeze?

Answer

The reason why chocolate makes you sneeze most likely has to do with an allergy or intolerance to a specific ingredient in the chocolate. Chocolate contains milk, wheat, corn, corn syrup, nuts, and various additives. While true cocoa allergies are rare, if you are allergic to any of the additives that are used in the chocolate you could exhibit allergy symptoms, including sneezing, swelling, itching, and hives. A severe allergy could result in life threatening anaphylaxis.
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