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soy is considered a “major food allergen“
 
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soy is considered a “major food allergen“


soy is considered a “major food allergen“...

https://farrp.unl.edu/soy-lecithin

"Thresholds can be defined as the maximum amount of an allergenic food that can be tolerated without producing any adverse reaction."

https://farrp.unl.edu/thresholds-for-allergenic-foods

This is just perfect, and how BP operates.
Soy everywhere, with a percentage of the population just at the "trigger point" of experiencing allergic reactions. Thus any random thing might cause symptoms, which come and go, with doctors trained not to acknowledge the cause.

Does this somehow sound familiar?

Throw some Iodine into the mix and...

The industrial chemical residues left over from soy processing, is yet another story.
 

 
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