pixalu

Members
  • Content Count

    11
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Reputation Activity

  1. Like
    pixalu got a reaction from Melly88 in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
    My opinion: For legumes.  I would not include soy.  Soy on it's own is an allergen for many people (and they may not know it) where as legumes in general are not.  Seems logical to me that you would want to introduce them separately.  (I have mild allergies to wheat, soy, dairy and corn. I've been tested.) 
  2. Like
    pixalu got a reaction from Robin R. in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
    My opinion: For legumes.  I would not include soy.  Soy on it's own is an allergen for many people (and they may not know it) where as legumes in general are not.  Seems logical to me that you would want to introduce them separately.  (I have mild allergies to wheat, soy, dairy and corn. I've been tested.) 
  3. Like
    pixalu got a reaction from LancerLott in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
    My opinion: For legumes.  I would not include soy.  Soy on it's own is an allergen for many people (and they may not know it) where as legumes in general are not.  Seems logical to me that you would want to introduce them separately.  (I have mild allergies to wheat, soy, dairy and corn. I've been tested.) 
  4. Like
    pixalu got a reaction from Physibeth in Whole30 Sample Reintroduction Schedule   
    My opinion: For legumes.  I would not include soy.  Soy on it's own is an allergen for many people (and they may not know it) where as legumes in general are not.  Seems logical to me that you would want to introduce them separately.  (I have mild allergies to wheat, soy, dairy and corn. I've been tested.)