Nickel allergy among overweight females, especially those with metabolic syndrome and fatty liver disease. A normocaloric low Nickel diet was effective in reducing BMI in this population. Further research is strongly needed to confirm these preliminary findings.But nickel can be found in many everyday items — from coins to zippers, from cellphones to eyeglass frames.
There is no cure for nickel allergy. Once you develop a sensitivity to nickel, you will develop a rash (contact dermatitis) whenever you come into contact with the metal. medications to reduce irritation and improve the condition of a rash from a nickel allergy reaction are: Corticosteroid cream, Nonsteroidal creams, Oral corticosteroid, Oral antihistamine.Once you develop nickel allergy, however, you will always be sensitive to the metal and need to avoid contact.