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AKArtlover
Thursday, April 18, 2013, 12:35am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Andrea, I just put the article on soy that Dr. D shared on Facebook. I like to search and update rather than start a new thread. If someone is searching old threads, they find the info. Not looking to start a whole discussion of opinions, just sharing info. Thought the title of this looked like a good one to post the article on. So did policychecker, I suppose.  


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Quoted from AKArtlover
Andrea, I just put the article on soy that Dr. D shared on Facebook. I like to search and update rather than start a new thread. If someone is searching old threads, they find the info. Not looking to start a whole discussion of opinions, just sharing info. Thought the title of this looked like a good one to post the article on. So did policychecker, I suppose.  


I agree with your point because it's likely newbies are going to come here with these same concerns regarding soy....see their subject matter discussed, even if from 2010 but also read further and see updated information.  Doesn't seem to be a problem from my perspective.


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No problem with me either.  

"What's old is new again"  A quote used for information all the time.

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I enjoyed seeing this dug up from the past, as I hadn't read all the links that Andrea had posted about soy.  It was interesting info.
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Sometimes people start to address the original poster and they are long gone.

Might be good to add  Dr D's comments and the study  to the spelunking link on soy.
An admin can do that--


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I can feel my cardio system be soothed by soy, literally. At first I didn't figure it did anything, but it literally lowers my stress.
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I can feel my cardio system be soothed by soy, literally. At first I didn't figure it did anything, but it literally lowers my stress.

I find it to be soothing as well


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Is organic unsweetened PLAIN soymilk good for a Hunter Man?  
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Is organic unsweetened PLAIN soymilk good for a Hunter Man?  

As far as I can see from looking in The Genotype Diet book, Hunter should avoid ALL soy, all of the time.


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Well Soy milk on me swami is a black dot.
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If it's a  black dot, then it's not the best choice. Test it out and see how you react to it. There are black dots that I really can't eat more than a few times a year. And then there are black dots that don't seem to bother me, and I can treat as neutrals when I'm feeling well.


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