Soya Allergy Resources

 

Soya Allergy

What is Soya Allergy?

Soya allergy, like many food allergies, occurs when the immune system mistakenly identifies proteins in soya as harmful, triggering an allergic reaction. Soy allergy in babies can be common, especially if your baby has a milk allergy.

The soya bean belongs to a family called legumes. Legumes also include fresh and dried peas, beans, carob, liquorice, and peanut. However, it is important to make sure that you don’t avoid all of these foods without a diagnosed allergy.

Understanding Soya in Foods

Soya is widely used in many foods, which can make it difficult to avoid at times, however I am here to support you every step of the way.

Managing a soya allergy can be complex due to its prevalence in many food products. As an expert in food allergies, I can provide practical, evidence-based advice to help you navigate a soya-free diet and ensure your little one gets the right nutrition.

Hannah Whittaker - UK Childhood Dietitian

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