Soy

Soy Allergen Card Soy allergy is relatively uncommon compared with peanut, egg or milk allergy. Allergy to soy is most commonly seen in young children with atopic dermatitis. Around 2-3percent of young children may have positive allergy tests to soy, however less than 10percent of these will develop symptoms when exposed to soy.

For more information and a PDF of the card see allergyfacts.org.au/allergy-anaphylaxis/food-allergens/soy

Content created July 2019

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