In spite of all the research of the past ten years it is clear that the PR of the soy producers has swamped the voices of truth and science with great success, as often happens in America. And the results are now becoming serious enough for even the medical profession to begin to take notice in their journals.
It’s been nine years now since I wrote a series of articles about the bad consequences of eating soy products and how the soy product manufacturers have deliberately deceived the public. I was not the only one, nor was I the first. I am continually astonished at how long it takes the machinations of government and corporations to be known by the public whom they are deceiving. The data is often available by a little research, but that means reading, which seems to be an endangered skill nowadays.
However, I know that people who read my blog are readers because I don’t fill the page with pictures or videos, and some still read the words in spite of that.
Here then is a major piece of industrial chicanery concerning soy beans that I wrote about in The Healing Heart of Sophia newsletter, Sept 2000. Note the date. That’s nine years ago and people are still sold on the idea of soy products as healthful and valuable adjuncts to diet. Children in American schools are still being fed with stuff that is absolutely forbidden in countries where the welfare of the children is of greater importance than the profit margins of the soy products manufacturers. References to other articles are from a series written for that particular newsletter.
After the old article, all of which is still valid I’ll go into some of the medical research reports to show why you should avoid this stuff like swine flu vaccine. This may be the last time I do this. I’ve done it every year somewhere and the loudmouths of commerce always seem to win in this land of freedom for all. So why continue to fight invincible ignorance?
Long time readers of my newsletters and articles may remember the story of how one of the many royal monarchs named Louis made the French peasants eat the newly discovered potatoes from the New World.
The peasants could not be coerced or persuaded to eat this strange new food until King Louis listened to a wise minister who knew his peasants well and had great fields planted with potatoes, and then put armed guards around the fields.
The guards had instructions not to be too conscientious at night, but fierce by day.
Realizing that the new things were valued highly for some unknown reason, the peasants worked out ways to steal them. Then they ate them and famines ceased in France and Europe for the first time for centuries.
That’s the good news. The bad news is that it had now became possible to feed large armies through the winter, and that discovery started modern warfare. Every front has a back, and the bigger the front the bigger the back.
Manipulation of the masses is not a new idea, though the modern ways are unlikely to be based on the good of the public. They are always aimed at greater profits for some corporate entity that cares for the public a lot less than the French king cared about the welfare of his subjects.
Many such corporations were represented at the Third International Soy Symposium held in November 1999.
It contained names of companies that are immediately suspect to health writers: names like Monsanto, and Protein Technologies International (PTI), Cargill Foods, and many others. They have been doing a King Louis trick on consumers for the last ten years or so, and it has been extremely successful.
Everybody has heard by now of the 'health giving' properties of tofu, soy milk and a dozen or so other soy products. The soy derivatives, such as the isoflavones, diadzen and genistein have had a lot of very positive attention as being similar to oestrogen.
The FDA even allowed a 'health claim' for products containing small amounts of soy protein, after a bit of chicanery unusual even for them, that we'll deal with later.
That was in October 1999, so the November symposium got off to a Ra-Ra start. For four days the very-well-paid publicists and 'research' scientists of the big companies talked to the Press, and therefore the public, about how wonderful their products were.
Well, just to balance the picture a little let's have a look at what those scientists left out of their reports to the congregation at the Temple of Food Processors in Washington.
Most people hardly ever see a soybean, only its products after processing. And that's where the money comes in. In this country it was Graham and Kellogg in the 19th century who began messing with perfectly nutritious foods.
Read history and you will see that those two gentlemen, now famous for their crackers and their corn flakes, did it to counter the effects of constipation and masturbation, both subjects of great interest to the Victorian era. But their processed foods cost lots more than the raw material, and are less nutritious.
Every time a process occurs and a bright new package is initiated, the price goes up. In Japan you get the bean itself as an hors d’oeuvre. Go to a bar and order a half liter of beer and you will be given a little bowl of boiled-in-the-pod soy beans free.
Here it is possible to go to the farmers' markets and get a few pounds, or a 50 pound bag of soy beans, and the farmer gets his price and you get the whole bean.
After the manufacturer has messed with them we get packages and quart containers of this and that derivative for dollars, and the farmer gets maybe two cents after the middle parties have taken their cut. You get a less nutritious or even unhealthful product because of unnatural concentrations of ingredients.
Just before the First World War the United States Department of Agriculture brought out its handbook, and soy beans were listed as an industrial product, not a food.
In 1999 there were 72 million acres of soy beans under cultivation, producing billions of bushels of something that wasn't even considered as a food item back then.
Most of this harvest has been used to feed pigs, chickens, cattle, and other farm animals.
The extracted oil has been used for margarine, shortening for cooking, and as a base for salad dressings, all very profitable and none of it healthful.
But there was a waste product. The de-fatted, but high protein soy chips couldn't be eaten or used for anything. It is however an American business axiom that with a bit of PR work the American public can be persuaded to consume the waste products of just about any industrial processes.
Two glaring examples are the aluminum industry with its chronically poisonous waste product of sodium fluoride, and the A-bomb industry with the same extremely poisonous waste product.
Just about everyone now has this stuff in their toothpaste and in their drinking water, despite all the evidence that shows how harmful it is to all living creatures. Check back on my article on the story behind the fluoride hoax and how it was engineered. The Fluoride Cover Up 10/11/2008.
A slightly less criminal act was that of the lumber industry that had thousands of tons of sawdust that it couldn't dispose of, but managed to get it legal to call the sawdust an organic component of bread. And it went into the 'enhanced' loaves as natural fiber.
How did the same Yankee ingenuity of the soybean processors deal with their waste product? They invented a brilliant piece of technology that produced isolated soy protein. It tasted terrible, but by adding flavorings and sweeteners, by emulsifying and adding cheap synthetic vitamins, like the cheap additives in 'enriched' bread, it became possible to use the stuff as a meat substitute or as an extender, in some foods, for poor people.
People didn't buy the products because doing so advertised the fact that they were poor, a major crime in this society. So the industry did what King Louis did, and what the Nestlé company did with their baby formula in Third World countries. They deliberately added status to it by PR.
By PR deliberately connecting breast feeding to poverty, and by having people in white coats giving away baby formula in hospitals, Nestlé made formula feeding desirable and breast feeding shameful. Hundreds of thousands of Third World babies died as a result, many of them with a formula bottle on their grave, but the shareholders were satisfied. That however is another story. The principle used is the point.
Here is the soy version of that strategy in the actual words of an industry spokesman:
Read that piece of cynical realism and see how you have been deceived. So they marketed soy to the yuppies, not as a poverty food that can be used as a substitute for expensive meat, but as a miracle food that can prevent heart disease and cancer, deal with osteoporosis and the other diseases of an affluent society like ours.
How could they possibly do that, on what basis? Well, Protein Technologies International is a company that health writers place in the same evil pigeon hole as Monsanto. These people funded a research project in statistics by a statistician named Dr. James W. Anderson. He accepted the data that PTI gave him and threw it into a computer and played with the figures until he got the result they wanted. Garbage in, garbage out. He concluded from his figures that soy prevents cancer and heart disease and is the answer to the health problems of millions of people.
The government bodies concerned immediately jumped on this piece of pseudo science and put the value of soy well above mother’s milk. What was the result?
Profits of the soy industry began to rise. The money from these made it possible to give dairy, meat and eggs bad press. Any outbreak of problems due to infected hamburgers got nationwide coverage immediately in the media. The soy people saw to that.
Eggs were tightly bound to the dreaded word 'cholesterol' though every egg contains the lecithin that counters the cholesterol effect, and eggs are totally innocent of producing cholesterol problems. But the PR worked again. Everybody knows as truth the fabricated lie that eggs are the source of cholesterol problems, and the other lie that cholesterol problems are the cause of heart attacks. But that’s another story that I will have to deal with under separate cover. These attacks on real food were summed up in the yuppy concept that:
Soy protein is wonderful, and to eat it is a virtuous act of ecological savoir faire by the educated elite of society.
To perform such a continental and international piece of PR (lies) a great deal of money was needed, and was available. It always is for lies. It’s the truth that is underfunded.
All producers of soybeans pay a half to one percent of the net market price of soybeans to the United Soybean's PR program to 'strengthen the position of soybeans in the marketplace...'
That comes to over $80 million annually. State soybean councils from seven states provide another two to three million for research. Archer Daniels Midland spent $4.7 million on advertising on Meet the Press and $4.3 million on Face the Nation, in a single year. The whole article could be filled with such examples, but you get the idea.
The 'research' of course comprises experiments and results that agree with the propaganda of the industry. Money can always buy experts.
Remember my article about Dr. Hayes who was Reagan’s political appointee as Commissioner of the FDA, only so that he could by-pass the opposition to the approval of Searle's terrible and toxic artificial sweetener, aspartame? When that was done, and the dangerous aspertame was in 1200 products, he left the FDA and was immediately employed by his real employer, Searle, as a PR man.
The man who engineered this piece of chicanery was Rumsfeld, then CEO of Searle at the time, who promised the Searle directors that he could get aspartame approved by the FDA in spite of all the research showing how dangerous it was to the nervous system.
Remember my tobacco company article about Dr. Fishbein, the editor of the AMA Journal who for twenty years promoted cigarette advertising as ‘doctor approved cigarettes’ in the AMA Journal and had enormous retainer fees from two major cigarette companies. Those retainers equaled the then salary of the President of the US.
You must not believe anything that big food and drug money says to you, because they made their big money by lying to you in the first place. Think!
What the soy companies knew and didn't say is almost a re-run of the very successful approach of the tobacco industry.
Let's start with how the FDA got to allow the health claim for soy. The original petition submitted to the FDA by Protein Technology International requested that they could make a health claim for isoflavones. These are estrogen-like compounds found in large amounts in soybeans. The assertion that PTI wanted the FDA to agree to was
" Only soy protein that has been processed in a manner in which isoflavones are retained will result in cholesterol lowering."
In 1998 the FDA did something that makes me think that someone has got themselves a great place at PTI when they eventually left the FDA. The FDA rewrote the petition and removed any mention of the phytoestrogens. They substituted a claim for soy protein, to which of course, as they wrote it, they agreed.
The FDA is legally allowed only to make rulings on substances presented by petition. Changing anything in the petition is totally against policy and authority. But they did it. One possible reason is the number of reports they were receiving from scientists who were not paid by PTI, that isoflavones were toxic.
Even though they now had only to deal with soy protein, the FDA still had to do lots of fancy foot work to avoid the known research about the way such soy products can block the absorption of essential minerals, how they can inhibit the effects of body enzymes, their deleterious effect on the thyroid, problems they produce in the reproductive system, and increased allergic responses. Great health food!
But the FDA is practiced at such matters and the " rigorous approval process" went through as far as the seal of approval for " products low in fat and cholesterol" that contain 6.5 grams of soy protein per serving.
The actual problems known to researchers were side stepped for the sake of the millions of dollars involved. What they are we shall now see. And this may be the last of many times that my patience permits me to do this. Every reader who uses soy products should take note, just in case you may be affected and I don’t do it again. You will never see it on Fox News.
The soy industry took a leaf out of the book of the masters of distortion, the AMA. When it became clear that America was the only industrialized nation in the world that didn't have a comprehensive health care system available at little or no charge to all citizens, the AMA became nervous.
They reckoned that a national health service would cut down on the practically unlimited income and prestige of the doctors, so they levied a compulsory donation from all their members and contracted a Public Relations firm in California to make the words "socialized medicine" a really bad sound to everyone.
The firm did a good job. There are hundreds of people that I have spoken to who know nothing whatever about the health systems in other countries, but they do know that 'socialized medicine' would be a bad thing, even if their drug bills are so high that they have to choose between medicine and food, or the insurance won't pay for preventive medicine.
We have seen recently how senior citizens, on Medicare have shouted out at town hall meetings that they don’t want the government interfering in their health decisions. Totally programmed morons. But their vote is as good as yours, though probably not as informed.
The soy companies decided wisely to deal with the children first. They hired the PR firm of Norman Robert Associates, to "get more soy products onto school menus." PR usually works well in this country, and the USDA responded to the effort by proposing to scrap the 30% soy content limit in school lunches.
By adding soy enhanced products to the hamburgers and lasagna the dietitians can work their statistics and come up with less than 30% fat in the meal, and claim more nutrition because of the soy. This and other marketing ploys have been amazingly successful. In 1980 for example, soy milk profits were $2 million. In 1999 it was $300 million.
Michael Milliken, famous as a junk bond financier, has helped the industry with his well publicized efforts to persuade people to eat 40 grams of soy protein daily. This is most amazing to the food historian who knows that even in the early part of the last century, the soybean was not considered fit to eat by anybody, even in Asia.
The ancient ones of China knew from observation that eating soy beans prevented many other foods from giving any benefit to the body. It wasn't until the 2nd century BC that some genius found that it was possible to ferment soy and that the fermented products, miso, tempeh, natto and soy sauce did not have the same bad effects as untreated soy beans.
Another genius made cooked soy beans into a paste by pounding and then added calcium sulphate or magnesium sulphate and the mix precipitated out a sort of curd; tofu. It was the use of these fermented and precipitated products of soy that spread widely through countries like Japan and Indonesia.
But soy was also eaten like other lentils. The modern scientific research shows the wisdom of the ancient Chinese investigators. Soybeans contain large amounts of what are known as 'antinutrients.' To put it more bluntly, they are toxins that interfere with the metabolism of food. The bean contains powerful enzyme inhibitors that prevent among others, the enzyme trypsin from digesting protein.
These inhibitors are not deactivated by ordinary cooking methods. They can produce gastric problems and protein deficiencies in those that eat them unknowingly. Trypsin inhibitors have caused pancreatic disorders, including cancer, in test animals.
Another component of soybeans is the coagulant haemagglutin, which as its name suggests causes red blood cells to clump together. Both of these factors affect animal growth negatively. Growth depressors are deactivated by the fermentation process, and this the Chinese found by experience, and began incorporating small quantities of fermented products into their diets.
The precipitated products could also be made safer by throwing away the liquid and using only the curd. So tofu and bean curd still contain small amounts of the growth inhibitors but the great majority of them are thrown away in the liquid.
But there's more. Soybeans contain substances that depress the function of the thyroid, and they contain very high amounts of phytic acid. In fact, soy has one of the highest phytate contents of any legume or grain that has been studied.
And phytates are VERY bad news in the diet. They have the effect of blocking the intake of essential elements such as calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc, and iron. It is diets high in phytates that cause mineral deficiencies in the Third World countries.
This is a prime example of the folly of saying something contains nutrients X, Y, and Z, therefore it is nutritious. They may indeed be there but not available to the body. The grains and legumes eaten in these countries do contain the elements mentioned, but the body never gets to use them because the phytates block their absorption.
As in the case of milk; it doesn't matter how much calcium is in the milk. After it is pasteurized not much is available, and the acidity produced by the dairy product depletes the calcium content of the body.
But back to soy. Even long slow cooking doesn't deplete the phytate content of soy beans very much. Very long periods of fermentation do diminish it significantly.
The Japanese traditionally take a little tofu or miso with fish soup that contains lots of minerals, and then they follow that with a fish or meat serving. But vegetarians would do well to avoid tofu and soy products as sole substitutes for meat and dairy. These foods will affect the absorption of the minerals in the other plant foods that they do eat.
Here is an item of interest to those readers who are on some spiritual journey that entails purifying the body by means of diet. The mineral most affected by soy is zinc. Now zinc is intimately linked to mental states, among other things. It is essential for the proper working of many enzymes. It is part of the sugar control system and actively supports the immune system.
The soil in this country is VERY zinc deficient because of agribusiness and its chemicals. Put these together and obviously soy is bad news for the pure body people. One very unfortunate effect is that a zinc deficiency can often manifest as a spacey feeling that the spiritual seeker takes as a positive sign of detachment from the world. It is much more likely to be a zinc deficiency, and will lead to physical problems that may be ingeniously explained as karmic necessities. They aren't.
Everyone has probably heard the Milk Marketing Board propaganda that Asians who come here to live become taller and heavier than those who stay behind. It's the milk they drink say the spokesmen. It is much more likely to be the fact that the diet they eat here, however defective in many ways, is not high in phytates, which curb the growth of those in the mother country.
But the major problems we are encountering are due to the highly touted soy protein, that cannot be produced at home, but is the end product of high temperatures, and acid and alkali washes, that can introduce aluminum into the mess. This aluminum is associated pretty directly by some writers with the plaques in the brains of Alzheimer’s patients.
The producers are fully aware of the problem of trypsin inhibitors and they remove much of the effect by very high temperature processing. Unfortunately, this very processing denatures the proteins that may have been beneficial. This is why animals fed on soy protein must have lysine as a supplement to ensure normal growth. So much for its benefits as a protein substitute!
Another factor is that in the processing some carcinogens are formed in the spray drying process, and the alkali processing produces a toxin with the name lysinoanaline.
Apart from that, the product still doesn't taste very good so all sorts of chemical flavorings are added, including MSG, which can produce symptoms of a heart attack in some people. It happened to me.
Experiments in feeding animals have shown that the use of this soy protein isolate produced a deficiency in vitamins E, D, K and B12, which required supplementation.
The mineral deficiencies that occurred were those already mentioned: calcium, zinc, magnesium, iron and copper, and also manganese and molybdenum. Animals fed on this stuff developed enlarged thyroids and pancreases, and their livers had high deposits of fatty acids.
Yet soy protein isolate and textured vegetable protein are used extensively in school lunch programs, commercial foods and fast food products due solely to the PR previously mentioned, not to the nutritional value of the product.
Its use is being heavily promoted in the Third World by the usual suspects. Soy milk processing plants are being built in Kenya, and even China, where soy has always been a poverty food, is either succumbing to the bright tales, or to the money of the Westerners and is building large factories to make tofu, instead of other sources of protein.
The facts about this scam are in the scientific literature that is not produced by the soy bean industry, and soy is now being called 'the next asbestos' by some scientists.
And while we are at it, just take a look at something I wrote in January 1999 for another newsletter. The title was, 'Monsanto Beans endanger Kids. It shows up one of the major culprits. Here it is:
" In other countries the name Monsanto is a red light, warning caution in buying what they sell, or believing what they say. Here they are largely unchecked because of their financial clout. I have written many, many times, for years about Monsanto products, and warned a long time ago about having the genetic engineering of our food in such unscrupulous hands. Here is what happened in Europe late last year. (1998, Ed)
On October 17, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity’s Working Group on Biosafety implored:
“all governments to use whatever methods available to bar from their markets, on grounds of injury to public health, Monsanto’s genetically manipulated [herbicide-resistant] Roundup-Ready soybean.”
The warning came after the discovery that application of Monsanto’s Roundup herbicide increased levels of plant estrogens in bean crops. “Young children are especially susceptible to elevated levels of estrogen,” warned British geneticist Ricarda Steinbrecher. “There is a clear and serious health issue at hand.”
Roundup-Ready soybeans are now present in an estimated 60 percent of supermarket products. Earlier in September, the European Commission ordered the mandatory labeling of all genetically engineered (GE) soybeans and corn.
This was news almost world wide. Did you hear about it? Why not?
US Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman reflexively backs the interests of big business, of course, and refuses to label GE foods in the US, although he admits it is a “sensitive issue” in Europe. “When I led the US delegation to the  World Food Summit,” Glickman told the European press last June, “protesters pelted me with genetically-engineered soybeans, then took off all their clothes to draw the media’s attention.” It didn't really need that to get the media's attention in Europe. GE foods from Monsanto were already an object of media attention.
Here, the big companies will use every legal wrangle, quibble, and technicality to counter the efforts of the health conscious to get the truth out to others. They are also using business trickery to retain their commercial advantage over the providers of natural products.
Polls in the US, Europe, Canada, Australia and Japan find 80 to 90 percent of consumers demand mandatory labeling of genetically engineered (GE) foods. In the U.S. such concerns are generally ignored by politicians, whose coffers are filled with GE lobbyist’s money, but elsewhere legal pressure is being applied in favor of the consumer. However, the world’s largest grain multinationals are very cleverly preparing for such eventualities as boycotts of their GE products.
Cargill, Continental, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), Bunge, and Central Soya publicly proclaim that it is “impossible,” or “economically impractical,” to separate and label gene-altered grains. Not true of course.
But they face a growing international demand for certified non-GE corn and soybeans, so Cargill, ADM and other grain cartels have begun supplying non-GE soy and corn to their major European customers secretly.
According to the Pure Foods Campaign (PFC), a Continental Grain spokesperson admitted that his company was “taking orders” for certified non-GE grain. Meanwhile, several US food multinationals are preparing to segregate their products to avoid possible consumer boycotts.
PFC reports that Tesco, the UK’s largest supermarket chain, has made “backroom deals” with the cartels to supply all the natural grains they need —as long as Tesco keeps its sources secret. By this piece of chicanery Tesco gets a marketplace advantage over its GE product rivals by being able to advertise a full line of non-GE products. At the same time, by secret deals, the grain cartels avoid risking the loss of their market dominance to independent natural grain brokers.
Watch the family magazines for articles about how the wonderful scientists of the big corporations are trying to solve the problems of world hunger. Read them with great care. Then take a shower.
Apart from a couple of obviously 2009 inserts all of that was from my article written nine years ago. If any of it is news to you then read what follows carefully. It’s about how the truth is beginning to come out in medical areas, which means at least another ten years before the media pick it up.
Recently the truth has begun to come out in sources that cannot be overlooked. The American Heart Association backed soy at first because of the claim that it lowered cholesterol. But now they have discovered that cholesterol is an absolutely essential body nutrient, not a risk factor for heart disease, they began to look at the soy/cholesterol story using studies not funded by the soy industry.
They used data from 22 separate studies that showed that large amounts of soy protein in the diet had ZERO effect on HDL, LDL or blood pressure. And they pointed out in their professional magazine Circulation that soy or food supplements containing soy did NOT significantly lower cholesterol.
They pointed out a few other things too, that had been mentioned by other people for years without anyone paying attention: neither soy nor its component isoflavene reduced ‘hot flashes’ as was claimed, neither did they help prevent breast cancer, or uterine and prostate cancer. All the hype about it treating menopause problems was that, just hype.
So maybe you will listen carefully when your gynecologist, who isn’t up to date on the research, but knows the propaganda well, prescribes artificial estrogen and progesterone. Both of these have been shown to be carcinogenic and when combined with soy produced problems of deficiency are really bad news.
Now just look at the kids for a while. Babies on soy formula are getting about 6.25 mg of isoflavenes per Kg of body weight. The FDA recommended dose of isoflavenes for adults is 1.25 mg per Kg of body weight. Sound good to you?
And then there’s a major study about genistein, a plant estrogen found in soy. This estrogen has been found to cause fertility and reproductive problems. And the most alarming data have been found when investigating the facts, rather than the hype about genistein in infant formula. And the result is a minor epidemic of infertility wherever the baby formula is used. And this has affected every level of society. It used to affect only the poor, who ate soy products because they couldn’t afford anything else, but now the yuppy crowd use their soy products as a basis of health knowledge status, exactly as the soy PR people planned.
So many countries are doing something about it. The U.K. New Zealand, France and Israel have taken legislative steps to cut down on soy in infant formula. You may notice that all these countries have universal health care for their citizens, health care separated from the profit motive. You will also notice that this country is not on the list.
The Israelis warned mothers off soy formula for babies and suggested that until their children are 18 years or older that they restrict consuming any soy products more than three times a week.
The French created legislation forbidding most soy estrogens from appearing in infant foods.
Those conservative Brits hear their Chief Medical Officer and their national Dietetic Association warning pediatricians and parents to use soy formula only as a last resort.
And in New Zealand the Ministry of Health has told doctors that they must carefully monitor the thyroids of any infants on soy formula. This is because it has been proven that soy products containing genistein depress the activity of the thyroid gland which produces early heart disease, stunted growth and a lowering of IQ. Great health food!
So, what about the health authorities here who are supposed to represent you? As usual, they don’t. The FDA, the USDA, the EPA, the AHA and several other government agencies are all in the corner of the money, the soy producers, promoting their products.
Soy is NOT a health food in any shape or form, but the myth, or the PR that it is, has contributed to 25% of the infant bottle-fed market. And as of this year about 60% of refined and processed foods in super markets and fast food restaurants have soy protein in them.
And I have left till last, since I must end soon, a fact that is noticed even by the stupid and obtuse. Girls are going into puberty earlier and earlier, and boys later and later. This is due to the dual effect of soy phytoestrogens on sexual development of children.
When a baby sucks away at its soy formula bottle it is getting about twenty times as much estrogen as it would get on breast milk. Girls therefore lose their childhood and become young women at ridiculously young and unnatural ages, sometimes seven years old for the first period. Undoubtedly you know examples of this.
With boys the opposite effect occurs and there is often a confusion in sexual identity, a decrease in genital size and a resulting increase in the incidence of homosexuality. But no politician dare touch this with a barge pole. How can a terrible sin be due to diet?
Now I have been dealing with separate components of the soy bean mixture. The total picture is appalling. Adding all the components in soy milk and soy formula, a baby is getting more than 15,000 times the estrogenic products found in mother’s milk or cow’s milk. When you feed an infant on soy formula it is getting the equivalent of about four or five birth control pills a day. No wonder this latest generation is so different from the others.
And don’t kid yourself about your immunity if you are long past the age of infant formula. You probably eat meat. And it is very likely that the animals you are eating were fed on soy products because of their cheapness. Animals in the natural state do not eat soy plants, they have to be captive under domestication.
The PR that has produced all these health problems for Americans under the guise of helping them achieve superior health has followed a standard pattern for every bit of commercial deceit practiced on a very gullible public. May the goddess help some of them wake up, for the sake of the children at least.
And, animal lovers, don’t forget the pets. Soy products have been infiltrated into pet foods as well. Read the labels for Woof and Meow as well as for yourself .
For those willing to read a book there is,The Whole Soy Story by Kaayla Daniel Ph.D., C.C.N. The publisher is at http://www.NewTrendsPublishing.com and has myriads of fine books about how the merchants of poor health have cornered the markets in many areas, and what to do about it.
There are four doctors whose work and sites I can recommend. Each is interested in health and one of them has warned up to ten years ahead against new remedies from Big Pharma that took years to be investigated. And there is a web site run by an expert in finding out the inside story of the latest moves against the public by medical institutions and bought and paid for government agencies. Here they are:
For Dr.Douglass, who had to move out of the U.S. because his methods were too successful and unorthodox for the AMA. http://www.douglassreport.com He considers the Kaayla book the most important book on nutrition for years. We are not related. He is a double s Douglass and has forgotten more than I know about nutrition and health.
Dr.Al Sears whose amazing work on the best forms of exercise and life extension has moved into the cellular domain. http://www.alsearsmd.com For those who know about telomeres, he has found a method that actually lengthens telomeres. Since aging is due to the shortening of telomeres, his system holds a promise unique in health studies.
For Dr.Williams who roams the world finding places where there is no trace of a certain disease and then figuring out what the people there do. http://www.drdavidwilliams.com
For Dr.Mercola who has archives of millions of words about every health topic and the best way to deal with them: http://www.drmercola.com
For the articles right up to the minute on the latest chicanery in official circles that may affect your health and how it is being presented to the public: http://www.naturalnews.com
I have tried unsuccessfully for over an hour and a half to make these into clickable links for you but none of the methods in my HTML books do anything except take you to a page that says 'No such site' so you'll have to copy and paste. I really did try very hard for you. Sorry for being a healthy dinosaur.
Remember a large part of this was written nine years ago. How much of it has trickled through to you? You are NOT being given the truth by people in government agencies that are stuffed with money from lobbyists and promises of a good job when they leave the agency. The TV ads are at the most half true and the other half can hurt you, your children and your pets if you don’t sit up and take notice. Happy Trails