SOY ALERGY AND SYMPTOMS
OF SOY ALERGIES
The body errantly considers soy as dangerous whereas the soy
alergy is the immune system response to the soy.
On determining about the harm by the immune system, it
generates typical antibodies to it, hence when the person eats
the soy next time then the immune system discharges huge
quantities of chemicals including histamines for guarding the
body. Such chemicals aggravate the flow of allergic symptoms
that affect the respiratory system, gastrointestinal tract, skin
or the cardiovascular systems. It is believed that nearly 0.5
percent of the population has the soy alergy.
The reported symptoms of the soy alergies have been found to
include: acne, angioedema, rhinitis, anaphylaxis, asthma, atopic
dermatitis, bronchospasm, cankers, colitis, conjunctivitis,
diarrhoea, itching, diffuse small bowel ailments, dyspnea,
eczema, enter colitis, fever, hypotension, laryngeal edema,
lethargy, pollinosis, urticaria, vomiting and wheezing.