I believe you were the one who posted that you get your soy protein powder from Trader Joes. Is that correct? I found one on Long Island and gave the soy powder a try. I was a bit wary at first. My first forays into tofu didn't go well. I didn't feel so good the next day.
I can however enjoy the soy protein powder in a rice milk shake. No problems. It does "stay" with me a long time, which at first I thought was good. I wasn't hungry. But after reading Thomas' post about O's not digesting soy well, I think that might be the case. If the body can't digest a food well, doesn't that indicate an intolerance? Do you digest it well, or does it "stay" with you?
Since I seem to have found a soy product that I can take, I'll stick with it at few times a week, as I do think the benefits outweigh the problems.
I do have some questions. The container says not to use as a weight loss product. Do you have a shake every day? Alone or as a breakfast supplement? I suppose, if the shake is your sole breakfast and you happen to lose weight...
My goal is about another ten pounds of weight loss, but also to add some variety, and get the soy in as well. My wife is an A, and I am trying to get her to Eat-Right also. She still is not a believer, even after my shedding 25 pounds and it seems as many years.