Re: Theos-World re soy-based foods re heart disease and cancer, etc
May 30, 2006 07:03 PM
by Cass Silva
Just when I thought it was safe to attempt Soy, after reading, of its health properties including protecting the heart and other organs, we get this. Back to the lactose free milk.
DENNIS KIER <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: APPARENTLY you are down on Soy!
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Subject: Theos-World re soy-based foods re heart disease and cancer, etc
> The following snippets of info (not quotes) are from Dr. William Campbell
> Douglass' May '06 issue of "Real Health Breakthroughs" newsletter
> He says hundreds of studies have linked soy proteins and their derivatives
> to heart disease, cancer (especially of the breast and female reproductive
> organs), allergies and reduced immunity, thyroid dysfunction, malnutrition
> and digestive problems, nutrient deficiencies, (including calcimm, vital
> for the prevention of osteoporosis), reproductive disorders, cognitive and
> mental decline, psychosexual problems.
> Apparently animals don't eat soybeans in the wild.
> Apparently when soy-based foods were fed to mice with swollen hearts in a
> study, the mice developed heart failure and died.
> Apparenlty a Dr. Kaayla Daniel, author or The Whole Soy Story, reports
> that soy-based foods increase homocysteine levels, an important marker for
> heart disease.
> Apparenlty other countries (Israel, France, the United Kingdom (including
> the British Dietetic Association), and New Zealand have paid attention and
> are taking steps to curb soy ingestion.
> Apparently in the United Kingdom, the Chief Medical Officer and the
> British Dietetic Association "have warned pediatricians and parents to use
> soy formula only as a last resort."
> Apparently a copy of THE WHOLE SOY STORY; THE DARK SIDE OF AMERICA'S
> FAVORITE HEALTH FOOD is available at www.wholesoystory.com
> Apparently there are references re the preciding at:
> SOY DIET WORSENS HEART DISEASE IN MICE, Journal of Clinical Investigation
> 2006; 116;(1): 16-9
> NEONATAL GENISTEIN TREATMENT ALTERS OVARIAN DIFFERENTIATION IN THE MOUSE:
> INHIBITION OF OOCYTE NEST BREAKDOWN AND INCREASED OOCYTE SURVIAL, Biology
> of Reproduction 2006; 74(1)L 161-8.
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