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From: Cecil (red-corp-201.143.137.30.telnor.net)
Subject:         Re: Soy Safety?
Date: August 8, 2007 at 9:05 am PST

In Reply to: Soy Safety? posted by Lisa on May 31, 2007 at 11:31 am:

I disagree with Leslie. Yes Flax and Broccoli also have phytoestrogens, but much weaker that soy. Also, most important, sometimes they act like weak estrogens while binding to receptors on cells and preventing body estrogen to enter, but also they can do the opposite: activate serious amounts of estrogen. This is particularly dangerous during menopause because floods the cells with estrogen and promotes cancer of the breast, ovaries and prostate in men. The wonders attributed to soy come from the believe that Asian women do not have the rate of breast cancer we suffer, but this is because they live a very different life style and diet than us and drink green tea. The corporate food industry are literally making a killing on this. The processing of the soy oil uses solvents that are extremely dangerous and they promotes and use soy products because are CHEAP. On oils: Palm, olive and coconut oils ARE healthy when are consumed raw, organic first cold pressed and in dark glass containers and stored in the refrigerator. All cooked oils are carcinogenic. Also, as in corn, most soy is GMO. There are many web sites with scientific validity on this, but people donít read or donít understand, or they believe what they want to believe, like people that is still convinced that chicken is a healthy food, or milk, etc. Don't eat soy and inform others!

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