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Sushi lovers may have soy to blame for allergic reactions rather than the fish. Soy allergies can be introduced to infants through soy-based formula, and in this case are often detected early. Though soy seems like an easily identified allergen, it can pop up in unexpected everyday foods including meat products, baked goods, chocolate, and cereals. While some often leave this allergy behind in infancy, soy allergies carried into adulthood may be due to interesting factors — if you have a family history of allergies like hay fever, asthma, hives, or eczema, you may be more susceptible to a soy allergy.

Substitute: According to The New York Times, Europeans are bringing lupin seeds, a soybean alternative, into more meals. This gluten-free alternative is rich in amino acids and antioxidants, prebiotic, and low in fat and oil.

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