Now you too can eat like Queen Bey.
A new study finds soy, corn and other (supposedly ‘healthy’) food oils may be causing lung inflammation.
Q. I have a soy allergy, and find that many personal care products, such as shampoos and body wash, contain soy. How concerned do I need to be about soy in these types of products?
A study finds certain (supposedly ‘healthy’) food oils may be causing lung inflammation.
Estrogen-like chemicals found in some plants, could play a role in preventing or even treating allergies and asthma
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Health Canada declares its new position on peanut, tree nut, soy, fish and sesame oils.
Allergen Where It Hides Alternate Names Soy/Legumes baked goods, bread, cookies cereals, crackers canned goods chewing gum imitation dairy food (imitation cheese, imitation milk, imitation ice cream) infant formula margarine mayonnaise, other spreads, dips meal replacements meat products with fillers (e.g. burgers); deli meats miso nutrition supplements (check labels; many companies are now making and… Read more »
The only current treatment for these allergies is to avoid all traces of soy and legumes and products that may contain them.
As any soy-allergic person will tell you, it seems as though the small vegetable is in just about everything – and they’re right. The tiny legumes – which are related to clover, peas and alfalfa – are incredibly versatile as a food, but they are also used in thousands of products such as soaps, cosmetics,plastics,… Read more »