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well, in digestive process,

Posted By: ^heidi^ O - secretor or nonsecretor?
Date: Friday, 29 December 2000, at 5:57 p.m.

In Response To: a good effort! (JimB(A+))

the soy doesn't come into contact with antigens in the non-secretor. Cuz no antigens in the digestive secretions. Therefore, no floating Franken-sugars are released, therefore no problem. It IS a problem for secretors, since antigen IS present in the digestive secretions.

The antigens in a non-secretor are present in their blood, but the soy doesn't get there 'as soy' -- it is digested into constituents, then assimilated. I guess the question is, do the constituents of soy that perform the nasty sugar snip pass the healthy gut wall into the bloodstream? Are they that small?

the more I answer, the more I question!


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