diseases

SOY ALLERGY


Introduction
Soybeans are legumes. There are other foods that are included in the legume family such as kidney beans, chickpeas, black beans, pinto beans, lentils, licorice and peanuts. Many people are allergic to more than one legume.

Try to find out which legume you are allergic and avoid it. It is not always easy to avoid these foods since many products may contain soy which you may not know.
Soy allergy is more common in infants. The average age at which the allergy manifests is 3 months but the majority of infants outgrow it by the age of two.


Signs and Symptoms:
. Acne (sudden severe bouts of acne).
. Eczema
. Asthma
. Angioedema
. Rhinitis
. Anaphylaxis
. Nasal congestion
. Diarrhea
. Conjunctivitis
. Fever Blisters
. Fever
. Fatigue, weakness
. Itching
. Hives
. Colitis and gastrointestinal symptoms

Treatment and Management:
Try to find out which legume you are allergic and avoid it. Check the label ingredients before you consume any food. Soy products are soy flour, soy nuts, tofu, soy milk, soy sprouts.
A constitutional Homeopathic treatment will help in recovering from soy allergy.

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