Documentary showing how were statistical techniques used in finding the cause of mysterious asthma outbreaks in Barcelona
during the 1980s. Soy is one of the top allergens—substances that cause allergic reactions. In the 1980s, Stuart Berger,
MD, labelled soy one of the seven top allergens—one of the "sinister seven". At the time, most experts listed
soy around tenth or eleventh—bad enough, but way behind peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, shellfish, fin fish and wheat.
Today, soy is widely accepted as one of the "big eight" that cause immediate hypersensitivity reactions.
Common alergic reactions include: Peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, shellfish, fin fish and wheat.