Food Allergies & Food Intolerance

What foods can I eat if I have a soy allergy?

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  • ARobert L. Silge, MD, Allergy / Immunology, answered on behalf of Intermountain Healthcare
    The following are foods you can eat (no soy) if you have a soy allergy:

    • Carbonated drinks
    • Cocoa mixes (check label to see if soy free)
    • Coffee
    • Fruit juice and other fruit drinks
    • Gatorade
    • Tea
    Milk and dairy:
    • Cheese
    • Whole, low-fat, and skim milk
    • Cottage cheese
    • Cream
    • Yogurt from dairy
    Meats and other proteins:
    • All fresh meat, fish and poultry
    • Baby food meats or combination dinners without soy proteins
    • Cold cuts without soy
    • Eggs, plain
    • Kosher frankfurters
    • Prepared dinners without soy protein
    • Beans and lentils prepared without soy
    • Nut butters and peanut butter without soy
    • Fresh, frozen or canned fruits
    • Baby food fruits without soy
    • Plain, fresh, frozen, cooked, or canned vegetables
    • Vegetable juices
    Breads, cereals and pasta:
    • All-purpose flour and cake flour
    • Bread and rolls without soy flour
    • Cold or hot cereals without soy flour or protein
    • Crackers made without soy
    • Pasta, macaroni, noodles, and spaghetti without soy
    • Soups without soy or soy products
    • Avocados
    • Bacon
    • Butter or margarine with no added soy
    • Coconut (milk or shredded)
    • Gravy mixes if no added soy
    • Oils, non-soy
    • Olives
    • Peanut butter (natural)
    • Salad dressings without soy
    • Sour cream, cream cheese

    Desserts and sweets:

    • Angel food cake
    • Cakes or cookies without soy flours
    • Candies without soy
    • Gelatin
    • Ice cream without soy
    • Puddings and pies without soy


    • Artificial sweeteners
    • Ketchup
    • Honey
    • Jam and jellies
    • Mustard
    • Pickles
    • Popcorn without soy
    • Seasonings without soy
    • Spaghetti and other sauces without soy
    • Sugar
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