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tolondontoparis
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even if you are a secretor do you find that soy affects you? Possibly messing with your hormones?

I am just so confused. I know BTD doesn't hold all the answers, but I wish it did. I think that there are some foods that are different to each person, regardless of blood type and secretor status.
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pls use the search window and read other soy discussions made, to build your own opinion


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That is why we have the SWAMI so we can individualize our diets further.

http://www.dadamo.com/media/swami.htm


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I tend to think some of the hormone discussions in the media are a bit exaggerated. Even many organic meats/eggs contain significant amounts of naturally occurring hormones. However, I think type A's do best with soy products and less so other blood types. I've had infertility problems all my married life and less than consistent cycles. But as soon as I started eating right for my type and eventually converting over to the genotype diet my cycles have usually been very predictable (except for one time when I was traveling for almost 2 weeks and not always eating right it got thrown out of whack). Just following your correct diet plan should help a lot.

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Even though blood type A benefits the most from soy, I am one of those that cannot tolerate it easily. I am a secretor but have many explorer qualities, so...

I do know soy products have helped other A's though.

I would not recommend it for bt O. My best friend, an O, broke out and became nauseated from soy nuts and soy milk. My O son and DH got bad stomach aches from anything with soy in it.
Again, we are all unique, so good luck!


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Is soy milk okay to drink even though it's pasteurized? I've been wondering this for awhile. It's the only non dairy milk I digest well and I like it a lot just am concerned if it does harm or not.
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For an A it should be fine. Just make sure you buy one without carrageenan or other weird additives in it.

I never read anywhere about soymilk being less healthy because of pasturization. I've read that about mammal milks, and I've read that about fruit or vegetable juices (meaning they must be juiced in your own kitchen so they don't spoil before you drink them) but never anything specifically about soy and pasturization.

I imagine that it's commercial soymilk (without additives, but pasturized) that Dr D evaluated. I don't think there's too much available nutrition data for unpasturized soymilk.


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Soy anything gives me sinus congestion and sinus headaches.
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Quoted from ruthiegirl
For an A it should be fine. Just make sure you buy one without carrageenan or other weird additives in it.

I never read anywhere about soymilk being less healthy because of pasturization. I've read that about mammal milks, and I've read that about fruit or vegetable juices (meaning they must be juiced in your own kitchen so they don't spoil before you drink them) but never anything specifically about soy and pasturization.

I imagine that it's commercial soymilk (without additives, but pasturized) that Dr D evaluated. I don't think there's too much available nutrition data for unpasturized soymilk.


All righty, thank you for the info!
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I like Westsoy unsweetened, plain. Ingredients: soybeans, water


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