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From: Bren (
Subject:         Re: Soy products and children -- estrogen concerns
Date: December 7, 2009 at 6:06 pm PST

In Reply to: Soy products and children -- estrogen concerns posted by Cary on September 17, 2009 at 1:40 pm:

I read a study that soy actually protects against the xeno-estrogens that children are exposed to in dental sealants and plastics.

Unfortunately this is another sign of how the meat and dairy industries have swamped us with misinformation. It is milk that should raise estrogen concerns.

The only population that would need to worry about estrogens in plants that I know of is the very small group of women with a genetic defect (mostly of Jewish decent) who almost always have many females in their family who have had breast cancer. And the studies there are only with high doses of concentrated soy isolates like genistein.

Milk also has many substances in it that our bodies form antibodies to. These antibodies are implicated in eveything from Type 1 diabetes to rheumatoid arthritic and atherosclerosis and autoimmune diseases.

Breast is best and 2 years of breast feeding is very healthy. But then the body doesn't need it and even begins to react to it especially if from another species.

Plus casein in dairy is the most powerful carcinogenic food that we ingest. It is designed to make babies grow. But after that it feeds cancers and obesity and the like.

Hope that helps.

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