Do you believe that soy offers protection or a cure against cancer, heart disease, osteoporosis, menopause, and other illnesses? Want to know whether soy formula is good for your infant and what the possible affects soy foods can have on your entire family? Are you one of the millions of people suffering from unusual weight gain and never thought that soy might be the cause? If so, you are not alone.
I reveal the dangers of soy and what you need to know. I want to share my story with you and possibly save you and your family's life.
* What ingredients to look for on the labels.
* What alternative ingredients to use including soy-free recipes.
* Why the soybean industry wants you to believe it's the "miracle" food.
* Read testimonials from others and how soy affected them.
"Everyone concerned about their health and the foods they eat needs to read The Hidden Dangers of Soy by Dianne Gregg. From prepared meat to bread, from vegetable oil to soups, soy, its anti-nutrients and estrogens are everywhere. Soy is wrecking lives and creating everything from allergies to infertility, weight gain to depression, and fibroids to sexual dimorphism. Find out how and what you can do!"
William Wong, ND, PhD. WAM Essentials, Inc.
The Western version of soy is not a food-it is a poison, and millions are allergic to it. This book chronicles one woman's heroic efforts to trace her life-threatening illnesses to soy consumption. Once done, her next battle was to avoid this omnipresent "food," that is cleverly disguised to trap the unwary A must-read for all who believe the propaganda that soy is a health food, and for those who know it isn't, and are fighting a losing battle to keep it out of their lives.
Elaine Hollingsworth, Director, Hippocrates Health Centre of Australia, Author of the best seller, Take Control of Your Health and Escape The Sickness Industry.
There was considerable research done since WW II about the harmful substance within the soybean.
Soy contains several naturally occurring compounds that are toxic to humans and animals. The soy industry frequently refers to these toxins as anti-nutrients, which implies that they somehow act to prevent the body from getting the complete nutrition it needs from a food. The soy toxins (such as phytic acid) can certainly act in this manner, but they also have the ability to target specific organs, cells and enzyme pathways, and their effects can be devastating. As with any toxin, there will be a dose at which negative effects are not observed.
By 1985, there was a considerable body of research from U.S. Government and university laboratories and British government institutions warning of the health dangers of soy foods, particularly to high-risk consumers such as infants and vegetarian women. These were published in scientific journals. In response, in 1985 the soy processing industry in the U.S. held a number of conferences and devised a program, “Soy 2000,” the intent of which was to aggressively promote soy as a health food when they already knew it contained biologically active levels of toxins. This involved heavy political lobbying of Congress and Federal regulators, a vast advertising program, planting favorable articles in popular and academic media, obtaining huge Federal farming subsidies, and sponsorship of meetings by the U.S Department of Agriculture. The aim of Soy 2000 was to promote to the consumers that soy was a proven health food with no adverse effects. Their claim was that millions of Asians have been consuming soy in large quantities for thousands of years and are all remarkably healthy as a result. American consumers were expected to believe this, and most of us did!
About Dianne Gregg
Dianne has appeared on numerous radio shows and seen on TV CBS4.
She hosts her own BlogTalkRadio show-Health Watch Radio and interviews experts in the health and wellness industry.