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Dr. D
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'Epidemiological data, however, suggests that soy consumption is not associated with increased risk in any population of women with a history of breast cancer. Further, there appears to be a linear relationship between decreased risk of recurrence and/or mortality and increasing soy consumption. '

http://www.naturalmedicinejournal.com/article_content.asp?edition=1&section=2&article=377


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Thanks for this info; I will pass it on.  
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But soy is avoid for BT Os and Bs (no secretor)

Why Aromastat has soybean and it is for all BT???

or can all BT take Isoflavones??? Fem Balance doesn´t have it


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"Healthy people have the least overt symptoms from eating avoid foods." Dr. D'Adamo
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That is reassuring for us A's who want to use Soy.


Gluten/Casein and Yeast sensitivity.
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does it talk about whole soy.. ? or any soy is OK? for A's


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can all BT take Isoflavones???


yes


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Quoted from Goldie
does it talk about whole soy.. ? or any soy is OK? for A's


For those A's who can have soy (not A nonnies or some genotypes) then unprocessed or naturally processed soy would be healthy. Things like tofu and miso, not textured vegetable protein or highly processed meat analogues.

I'd also add that soy needs to be organic, or at least verified non-GMO. GMO soy is NASTY stuff, and toxic to just about everybody.


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For those A's who can have soy (not A nonnies or some genotypes)


My A nonnie husband has a lot of soy on his SWAMI.




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yes


thanks Lola!

what about female O with thyroid problems and meno? encyclopedia says: "hyperactive thyroid is much sensitive to the agglutinating effects of lectins found in wheat an soybean...



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this is not about soy bean per se

the component in soy is what is at stake here
if the patient has a history of breast cancer or other hormonal related cancer,
swami has all factored in and will advice accordingly, depending on type and health variables


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I moved some posts that seemed to be more about SWAMI Xpress2 than breast cancer to a thread in the SWAMI forum.  

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?m-1353521719/s-0/


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