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Paleo Diet Recipes Are Soy Free

Paleo Diet is Soy, Dairy, Grain and Preservative Free. Soy is in most manufactured foods and over 50% of processed food. Soy is also added to some fast foods. Soy allergy is a common food allergy. The Paleo Diet  does not include soy. FREE Paleo Breakfast Soy Free Recipes. Read More..

Soy Allergy

ÿFREE Paleo Soy Free Breakfast Recipe. Soy Allergy is an auto-immune disease that is triggered by the consumption of soy. Foods not allowed in Paleo Diet: legumes, potatoes, dairy and processed foods. Legume includes navy, kidney, string, black, and pinto beans, chickpeas (garbanzo beans), lentils, carob, licorice, and peanuts. It is commonly thought the peanuts are in the nut family. Peanuts are legumes and not allow in Paleo Diet. The allergy can extend to other foods in the legume family. Soybean allergies and peanut allergies are common allergies.

Soy allergy is most common in infants and young children. Soy is added in some fast food ingredients, in most manufactured food and over 50% of processed food. Medication can contain soy protein check with doctor and read ingredients on label. In all allergies a professional doctor should be consulted for treatment and diet.

Produces containing soy protein:

-         Miso

-         natta

-         shoyu  sauce

-         soya

-         soy (soybeans, soy sprouts, soy milk, soy fiber, soybean butter)

-         tempeh

-         tofu

Hidden Sources of Soy

-         Hydrolyzed vegetable protein

-         Bouillon cubes (vegetable, chicken, beef)

-         Canned soup and broth

-         Flavoring (natural and artificial)

-         Textured vegetable protein

-         Lecithin

-         Monodiglyceride

-         Mono Sodium Glutamate (MSG)

-         Processed Vegetable Oil

-         Most Asian foods and ingredients in Chinese foods.      

Read all ingredients labels.

Paleo Food List:

-         Lean Meat

-         Poultry

-         Fish

-         Fresh Vegetables

-         -Fresh Fruits

-         Nuts (non processed)

-         Seeds (non processed)

-         Fresh and dried herbs

-         Natural spices and herbs

Anti Nutrients

Legumes wheat, grains, potatoes, beans and peas are excluded from Paleo Diet. Legumes containing soy exclusion from diet excellent diet for those that are soy intolerant.  Paleolithic period pre-agriculture and cooking. Paleolithic people’s food was eaten raw. These foods raw contain toxins making the Cavemen and women sick. Therefore, these foods were eliminated from diet.  The Neolithic period ushered in agriculture and cooking.  Cooking destroys most toxins in these foods making them edible. Foods: grains, potatoes, beans, peas, legumes. Not all of the toxins, anti nutrients are destroyed cooked. Legumes contain toxin lectin.

Anti Nutrients:

Lectins: Anti-nutrient can trick body's immune system resulting in immune diseases and  immune intolerances. Food containing lectins are grains, wheat, potatoes, rice, dairy and legumes (especially soybeans and peanuts).

Scramble Eggs, Bacon and Portabella Mushrooms

FREE Paleo Breakfast Recipe

Ingredients

- 2 large eggs

- 4-6 slices of bacon (nitrate free)

- 1/2 sliced portabella mushrooms sliced

- 1 tbsp. olive oil or coconut oil

- Sea salt and pepper to taste

Preparation

Fry bacon to taste separately. Separately sauté sliced mushrooms until tender. After mushroom are tender remove. Scramble eggsBusiness Management Articles, sea salt and pepper in olive oil or coconut oil to taste. Remove scrambled eggs. Top scrambled eggs with bacon and sautéed mushrooms.

Serve

Take Control of Your Health Paleo Diet Recipes. Soy Free-Wheat Free- Dairy Free- No Processed Foods.  Mother Natures Diet Designed for  Optimal Health.

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