A 49-year-old member asked:
I have a soy allergy and also a wheat allergy so i need to know what i can eat and how to avoid foods with that?
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Dr. Martin Friedanswered
Nutrition 38 years experience
Read labels: Read labels and become familiar with products that contain soy or wheat. Look for the word gluten for wheat containing products. When eating out- ask if it contains soy or wheat. Ask for a gluten free or wheat free menu if they have one. If you know you are going to a particular place to eat out, check their menu online ahead of time to decide what might be wheat or gluten free.
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Last updated Jul 10, 2013
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