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From: claudine (71.178.70.183)
Subject:         soy, protein and hospital food
Date: November 7, 2008 at 4:32 pm PST

i read this article
http://www.naturalnews.com/024407.html

is this valid? it says soy prevents assimilation of minerals. if so does this mean
you need just a bit more or is this only true if in large doses? please let me
know how true this is and to what extent. would 1-2 servings a day be harmful?

i was told that after surgery i will need 3 times more protein. i am not sure if
this is 100% true. i know post surgery, lying in bed, i wont be eating 3 times
more food. whats the healthiest way to do this if i dont have a huge appetite
and what can i ask for while in the hospital? i've already figured out its almost
impossible with beans and lentils as the main protein source. so far my best
answer is protein shakes.

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