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Re: Diet: The Longest-Lived People of Okinawa.

By the way I . . . am not brain damaged . . .

Are you sure about that?

OK, seriously, I agree that there are quite a few anti-soy propaganda sites.  However, the soy propaganda machine is one of the very largest in the entire food industry, as might be expected when you are talking about a product whose sales are in the billions each year.

Though they obviously have their own agenda to push, I will take the science and information of sites such as Weston Price over information that comes from soy industry sites which tell us that Roundup Ready soy is healthy.

The increased incidence of stomach cancer coinciding with the introduction of soy into the diet of northern Africans may be just that - coincidental.  However, I would say that flies and malnutrition are hardly newcomers to the area.

While I like the benefits of soy, I will choose to take those benefits in the form of non-GMO fermented soy as much as possible (not an easy thing to do considering that GMO soy, along with canola and corn, is found in just about everything on the grocer's shelves).


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