This website already has collected several hundred comments related to this.Some triggers, like peanuts are well known. After all, asthma appears to be an allergy symptom, and peanuts are a common food allergen.
Some people are very frustrated in trying to find their asthma triggers, but they are not properly directed by their health care professionals to fully explore all possible allergies.
The fact is, you can be allergic to nearly everything, from latex to metal, from apples to members of the zoology department (that would be the animals, not the professors!).
I’m quite serious about the zoology bit, I also have hundreds of comments from people who are allergic to meat.
A big trigger for many people is gluten. Cutting out wheat, barley, oats and rye can reduce or even eliminate asthma symptoms for a great number of people. The comments on this website are just a small sampling, since not everyone who visits leaves a comment, not everyone who has discovered this problem have found this website, and a great number of asthmatics probably have no idea that the could reduce or eliminate their asthma by eating gluten-free.
It seems that gluten allergy is fairly common for those with asthma.
What is your experience with food allergies and asthma? Have you found certain foods to trigger asthma? What foods? What help did you get from your doctor in discovering your asthma triggers?