A member asked:

Im allergic to peanut & soy products and i need to know what can i eat ive google but i cant find it?

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Dr. John Chiu answered

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology

Have never heard of ive . However avoidance is of primary importance and don't let anyone tell you that any genetically modified peanuts or soy is non-allergenic until scientifically proven. Although there is cross-sensitivity in term of skin test reaction between soy and peanut, rarely would a peanut-allergic person react to soy. Make sure that these are not just skin or blood test findings.

Answered Mar 13, 2015



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