Soy-Free How To - Eat Clean | Love Life Again - The Healthy Apple

I am an allergy queen, as I suffered immensely as a child and have had myriad treatments. I have done a lot of reading and trying things out over many years: I am almost 60 years old and have allergic daughters, though, not a severe as I.
BIG ALLERGEN FOODS: ACIDS. I find that I cannot have anything fermented like soy sauce or wine or vinegar. I do not eat eggplant, tomato or green pepper. No tropical fruits. No citrus. ( I am healthy: I take high quality vitamins and mineral and a daily broad spectrum probiotic).
If I have milk product, they not only cause gastro pain, etc. I break out severely between fingers a day later. I can have a bit of dairy in baking, etc. but that is it.
This makes dining out difficult. I usually have to have grilled protein and salad with oil only on the side.
Try cutting out these foods for a month, and see what happens. Read up on ‘leaky gut syndrome’.
Egg whites, if you are sure you are not allergic
Yams – so neutral
Cooked apples
Chicken soup: Jewish pennecillin
Grilled meat
Chick peas
Cooked green beans, green peas, spinach
whole grain bread or cereal, if you are not allergic
rice milk as a super mild substitute for milk, tho less nutritious than almond or soy. These can be irritants.
CHEMICAL IRRITANTS: In flavored seltzer, for example. Avoid

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I just found your website and the great (and somewhat alarming) information about soy allergy. Last month I had a very serious reaction to soy binder in the 100% cold water fish oil capsules I was prescribed by my physician. Last week, my rheumatologist recommended that I add gluten to the rapidly expanding list of forbidden products. I jokingly told my rheumatologist that all that was left to eat was the cardboard boxes that food comes in. Now I find out even the boxes contain soy and are now added to the forbidden list. Seriously, soy allergy is the pits. Thanks for the info. And I am now checking with the manufacturers of my other medication to see if it is soy free.

Soy Allergy - Food Allergy Research & Education

Foods containing any of these ingredients contain soy and all the harmful components that go along with it! Soybeans have been important food for at least 5,000 years. Western science confirmed soy as very healthy food. In 1999 the FDA recognized the role of soy in reducing cholesterol saying, "25 grams of soy protein a day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease." Whole organic soy foods, such as E, best provide the desired benefits. Whole food sources of phyotonutrients are always better than isolates and chemical imitations. The FDA further says, "Diets low in sodium may reduce the risk of high blood pressure, a disease associated with many factors." Unsweetened E is very low sodium with no salt added, rich in protein, and is a good source of potassium, iron, folate B9, magnesium, and copper. It provides 75 mg of naturally occurring soy isoflavones and is gluten free. E is made with all natural whole food ingredients, providing the highest quality soy protein and a whole spectrum of balanced nutrients.

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I come into contact with small amounts of soy and my lips swell. So far, my reactions are mild discomfort and severe ugliness. So, I am grateful it takes a lot of soy to make me stop breathing. Nonetheless, I am furious that the FDA in the US and other similar government entities in other developed countries are asleep at the wheel. There is enough evidence to warrant further study into what’s causing all of these widespread allergy issues. Peanuts, wheat, soy, etc. The most significant clue to this sudden problem is genetic modification of crops. Food is life. It shouldn’t mame and kill for the sake of profits.

Milk, cheese, cottage cheese, or yogurt without soy products.