soy beansIf you are not feeling like yourself, and have symptoms such as nausea, bloating, gastric disorders, unusual weight gain, palpitations, shortness of breath, or lack of energy, a soy allergy may be the culprit. While not everyone will have a severe reaction, it’s important to be aware of what foods you may be eating that are triggering a change in the way you feel.

Take this quick quiz to see if soy might be affecting your health.
Circle yes or no:

1. Are you gaining weight even though you exercise and believe you are eating a healthy diet? YES/NO

2. Do you experience nausea and bloating after eating a particular food? YES/NO

3. Have you noticed any palpitations or anxiety? YES/NO

4. Do you experience shortness of breath for no apparent reason? YES/NO

5. Do you suffer from gastric disorders such as gas, bloating or IBS? YES/NO

6. Do you feel tired all the time even when you get enough sleep? YES/NO

7. Is your body feeling out of whack and you can’t figure out why? YES/NO

8. Do you experience recurrent rashes or itchy skin? YES/NO

What Your Answers Mean: If you answered, “Yes” for two or more of these questions it may be related to your soy consumption.

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