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From: Victoria (adsl-153-201-164.mia.bellsouth.net)
Subject:         Re: Soy Safety?
Date: June 29, 2007 at 6:46 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Soy Safety? posted by Leslie on June 1, 2007 at 8:32 am:

Soy is not good for humans, at least not the way it is used in the U.S. If fermented (a long process not used or available here) then it can be OK. However, soy is simply a rotation crop for corn. Corn dominates U.S. agriculture. They have too much of it and want to dump it on the market, so they claim it is good for human consumption and actually convince people that they should pay more for what is considered around the world to be a poverty food. Soy mimics estrogen in the body. I went off soy and my hormones adjusted back to normal--my cramps eventually got much better once I got off the stuff. This does not mean that meat is the answer--just actual food and vegetables that come out of the ground and can be eaten just the way they are. Anything that needs processing is suspect. Soy is not good!!

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