Is Soy Really A Healthy Alternative? A Surprising Report…

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Everything in moderation, right?

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Many farmers are growing tons & tons of soy to meet the demands of processed foods.

This link shows a report which provides some interesting facts from Wake Up World about the consumption of soy and it’s byproducts – of which there is a plethora.

Having made specific note of the comment about soy products containing extra MSG – another ingredient which causes me trouble by aggravating this condition of MS – (MSG’s chemical first cousin.) I will be even more attentive to ingredient lists.  Another case for not eating packaged, processed foods.

P.S. I try to never say “my MS” because it’s not mine.

Also noting that I have noticed a tendency to produce almost instant flatulence (gas) when I eat hummus and edamame beans so I refrain from eating soy foods. (not good party fare for making friends.)

I also found this at www.soya.be.com when I Googled “is soy a contraindication of MS?”  Since MS is said to create a compromised immune system disorder it makes sense to me to avoid eating soy.

Exema & hair thinning tendencies are also not welcoming effects, I already have thin hair.

What is most disheartening to me is noticing a pattern or trend within our society and governmental neglect of choosing profits over protection – convenience over correctness and caring.

Without sounding like a conspiracy theorist, consider these facts:

  • THE BAN ON THE MOST BENEFICIAL AGRICULTURAL CROP – HEMP,
  • THE INUNDATION OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING ASPARTAME,
  • AND THE INUNDATION OF PRODUCTS CONTAINING SOY,
  • THE OVERABUNDANCE OF VACCINATIONS
  • AND BOMBARDED WITH PHARMACEUTICALS

This poses the question…What’s wrong with this picture?

How does soy affect you?

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To our health,


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