The biggest myths about soy easily cleared up

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Here again a new article from me in the category: Myths & Facts to expose the manipulation rhetoric.

The biggest myths about soy

Soybeans contain large amounts of natural toxins that affect estrogen levels. Just two glasses of soy milk a day can significantly change hormones in a woman’s body and disrupt the menstrual cycle.

My analysis:
Which natural poisons (toxins) influence the estrogen level? Just two glasses of soy milk can significantly change the hormones in a woman’s body. Which hormones exactly? What does “only” two glasses mean? Two glasses (for example 2.5dl) are not “just”, they are actually way too much. Nobody should consume two glasses of soy milk a day. Who makes such recommendations?

Over 99% of soy is genetically modified, so it contains one of the highest levels of pesticide contamination.

My analysis:
That’s right. And it should be noted: The coffee plant and the tobacco plant are the two plants that are most blatantly treated with pesticides. That is why we should only consume organic soy milk. This will force manufacturers to offer us only organic products. These suppliers are allowed to keep their toxic waste. Above all, they shouldn’t lie and sell us these toxic waste products as healthy.

Soy foods contain high amounts of aluminum, which is toxic to the body. It negatively affects the nervous system and kidneys, and is linked to Alzheimer’s disease.

My analysis:
Soy does not contain more aluminum than, for example, whole grain rice. Why is there no mention of dairy and mass animal torture meat being full of hormones. These poor animals kept in torture are accused of precisely this GMO soy as fattening feed.

Fragile soy proteins are exposed to high temperatures during processing to produce soy protein isolate and structured vegetable protein. That makes them dangerous to human digestion.

My analysis:
This only happens when we consume industrially manufactured soy products such as: industrially manufactured soy sauce (water, sugar, ethyl alcohol, flavor enhancer, GMO soybean meal, coloring agent (in chrome steel drums). Real soy sauce is fermented from whole, gently cooked organic soybeans and sea salt in cedar barrels. This soy sauce is actually healthy.

Soy contains toxic isoflavones – genistein and daidzein. They can stimulate the growth of the existing breast cancer.

My analysis:
That is a mere assertion and it is also wrong. 1. What are the reasons for someone “having” breast cancer? A cell proliferation, also called cancer, is always yin. (Read my book: The secrets of health for body, soul and spirit.) To explain, – Cell growth from the pharmaceutical industry, also called cancer, is promoted by isoflavones contained in soy – Genistein and Daidzein … (Isoflavones are even among the strongest Antioxidants) is just as wrong. Let these people first explain to me how cell growth, also known as cancer, occurs in the body. These manipulators cannot do that. I can explain it to you: Through years of consumption of simple sugars (Yin acid-forming), dairy products such as ice cream, cream, yoghurt, quark, etc., (Yin-acid-forming) and hard cheese with a lot of table salt (Yang-acid-forming). Meat products such as sausages etc. (yang acid-forming), GMO hybrid wheat (yin acid-forming) and many other degenerate products. If you know how – and you have a good advisor to support you, something like that can easily be corrected.

Soy contains estrogens, which can disrupt endocrine function and lead to infertility and breast cancer in women.

My analysis:
The statement is simply wrong. Soy does not contain any estrogen. At this point it must be said that cow’s milk contains animal estrogen. Soy contains so-called phytoestrogens. However, these are vegetable hormones, not human hormones. Phytoestrogens are a very weak form of estrogen and are more likely to block the much more potent estrogens in the human body. Isoflavones are also phytoestrogens and at the same time belong to the most powerful antioxidants available. Antioxidants reduce oxidative stress on our cells and thus help to prevent gene mutations, for example. Of all known foods, soybeans have the highest proportion of valuable isoflavones. Other natural substances with phytoestrogens are, for example, coffee beans (which does not mean that coffee is healthy), sesame, linseed, lentils, rice, carrots, mint, ginseng and pomegranates. Phytoestrogens consumed in normal amounts are not a problem – on the contrary.

Men get breasts from soy

My analysis:
Men across Asia have been shown to have consumed very large amounts of soy for over 3,000 years with no measurable effect on breast growth, potency or fertility. But the people of Asia had never consumed animal milk products before. But who knows that people in the West have the highest rates of sterility and incapacity for childbearing

But if breast growth or erectile dysfunction are a concern of yours as a man, then above all note that cow’s milk in the western countries of the world, for example, represents 80% of the estrogen intake through food intake.

In summary, the following applies: plant milk made from soy does not contain any estrogen, whereas cow’s milk contains estrogen. Phytoestrogens are contained in numerous plant-based foods and, when consumed in normal amounts, have no detectable effect on the hormonal balance in humans.

By the way: Soy milk contains roughly the same amount of protein as cow’s milk, but has 60% less saturated fatty acids than 1% cow’s milk – so not even whole milk. Soy milk contains a little less calcium than cow’s milk, but three times the amount of magnesium. Incidentally, far more people in Germany have a magnesium deficiency than a calcium deficiency.

Then where did all the soy concerns come from?

Most of these myths originated in the United States, more precisely from the Weston A Price Foundation (WAPF).

The WAPF is a non-profit organization on paper, but in practice it is a multi-million dollar lobbying association that advocates the consumption of milk and beef. Its members, especially American cattle breeders, undertake a variety of efforts through the WAPF to discredit a plant-based lifestyle. When the sales of soy (especially soy milk) in the US rose from $ 500 million to $ 5.2 billion a year from 1992 to 2011, the WAPF sensed an existential threat to many cattle farmers. In the months and years that followed, WAPF published and funded countless articles on the alleged dangers of soy consumption. At the same time, she made increased efforts to promote “nutrient-rich animal food” – especially milk. It funded dubious and scientifically unsustainable studies that suggested that humans have always consumed large amounts of animal food and that vegetarians have a shorter life expectancy.

The organization has numerous well-known supporters, such as Dr. Stephen Byrnes, who explained how unhealthy a plant-based diet is in a well-known Ecologist article. The article is considered one of the anchor points for soy critics. He described his supposedly healthy lifestyle rich in animal fats in various other articles and died of a stroke at the age of 41. Many other “scientists” cited in Byrne’s paper are honorary members of the WAPF.

Conclusion: Soy products like naturally fermented soy sauce, naturally made tofu (with Nigari coagulant), and now and then a glass of soy milk is allowed for healthy people. Anyone who is out of balance should clarify this individually.

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author: André Blank

André is a health-mentor and author. He is the founder, owner and CEO of Vivoterra® AG.

He is convinced, that all people with healthy heart-QI – true love – are allowed to live a life in trust, peace, freedom and health – and that we have the potential to realize such a life for ourselves.

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