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Can soy be bad for a person with a wheat and gluten allergy?

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Dr. Steven Machtinger
Allergy and Immunology 44 years experience
No: Not unless you are also allergic to soy. If you have a wheat & gluten allergy avoid barley and oat. Millet is a form of wheat so avoid that, too. White flour is wheat so avoid that. You may eat soy, corn, rice, manioc (poi), arrowroot, quinoa, and tapioca.

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