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From: Leslie (
Subject:         Re: Soymilk
Date: September 22, 2006 at 5:29 pm PST

In Reply to: Soymilk posted by Len Tyron on September 16, 2006 at 11:30 am:

I don't really have an answer for you, except to say that a lot of people say a lot of things, because they read it somewhere or heard it from somebody else. That doesn't make it true. I would ask your friend to back up his/her statement with scientific proof.

You can read in the China Study that cow's milk proteins help cancer cells to grow, but the same amount of soy and wheat protein does not. Do what you will with that information, if you haven't read the book yet, you should. The China Study is real scientific study, not based on someone's interest, such as the dairy industry, or the soybean industry, or any other, just good objective science.

I would say that meat and cow's milk products are far more dangerous than any plant product, and this has been proven through epidemiological study. As far as soy protein is concerned, I do not believe there is any scientific evidence whatsoever that in moderate amounts soy is in any way harmful; and when looking at studies, be sure to check out who is funding the study. Another good reason to read the China Study, half the book is about the world of research and how it can be slanted any way you want it to go, it must be purely objective and the results must be taken at face value and not stretched to cover anybody's agenda.

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