Soy allergy is one of food allergies that occur as a result of wrongfully identifying of certain proteins in body. Research shows there are 15 different proteins that can trigger this Soy allergic reaction and once body is affected with this allergy it releases antibody called immunoglobulin E to combat the allergen. After this all human body produces number of chemicals to neutralize the Soy allergy and these all bring forth Soy allergy symptoms.
Soy allergy is specifically common in young children, normally when they are at the age of three. Normally this allergy is not dangerous but at the same it is uncomfortable, but in some cases it is observed this Soy allergy turned to be dangerous.
And the most severe symptoms is anaphylaxis which is noticeable by loss of blood pressure, constructed airways, fast pulse, change and flushing of voice and dizziness.
No matter you are having normal Soy allergy symptoms or severe ones, doctor’s visit is recommended. Normally these Soy allergy symptoms tend to appear within minutes to an hour after the Soy food is eaten.