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ID 23765
  Title Soy: The detrimental effects of a "perfect food"
Journal Nutr Perspect. 2012 Oct;35(4):33-38
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article

This report is an overview of the facts and research behind soybeans and their products. Soy has evolved from being an industrial product in the early 1900's to a "Perfect Food" in the 1990's and is now finding itself in the limelight of adverse reactions and negative publicity. The current research behind soy describes its detrimental effects on our bodies, our children's bodies and generations to come. Soy is not what it once was. It has been modified to a food product that is not safe to eat. Unfortunately, an overwhelming percentage of our population still considers soy a health food and is marketed as such. The continued consumption of modified soy and its products will likely have a lasting, negative effect on our health that may take generations to reverse.

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