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Are there any alternatives for vegetarians with wheat and nut allergies?

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Dr. James Fox
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Soy, rice, spinach

Soy should provide a good source of protein, and spinach contains a fair amount as well.
Rice and potato should be a good source of starch. Most fruits and vegetables should be fine. Milk and egg are an option if you are not on a strict vegan diet.

In brief: Soy, rice, spinach

Soy should provide a good source of protein, and spinach contains a fair amount as well.
Rice and potato should be a good source of starch. Most fruits and vegetables should be fine. Milk and egg are an option if you are not on a strict vegan diet.
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Dr. Paul Williams
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Grains and beans

If you are allergic to wheat only, you can usually tolerate other grains.
Most patients who are peanut and tree allergic can eat other legumes (beans).

In brief: Grains and beans

If you are allergic to wheat only, you can usually tolerate other grains.
Most patients who are peanut and tree allergic can eat other legumes (beans).
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