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Guar gum is extracted from the bean of the Indian guar plant, a different plant.

While it is true that guar gum is not derived from the seeds or any part of the soybean or soy plant, it should be noted that they are both members of the same plant family: legumes. As legumes, they can in fact cause an allergic reaction in anyone already allergic to another legume. This includes soy and peanuts, as well as beans and peas. Search for <Leguminous Plants> to find a full list of these soy "cousins".

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