I'm doing some research for a paper for school that discusses all of the reasons why soy is not the health food so many people seem to think it is. I've found plenty of credible sources for that. I also want to discuss why this myth is so... (more)
There are a few threads regarding soy sauce, I know... Apparently a lot of celiac Japanese enjoy soy sauce (with wheat) without issue. Then a lot of Americans claim it makes them terribly ill. I'm probably not celiac. I try to keep... (more)
Fish sauce is my answer to all things soy sauce. It makes a strong statement on your food and you only need a small dose instead of a drenching. Fermenting certainly changes things but that science is above my knowledge.
Just curious about soy - a huge argument against it is the production of excess estrogen. However, if someone is struggling with hypothalamic amenorrhea and is advised to go on birth control to help with low estrogen levels, could eating organic... (more)
I would like to ask if any of you knows of any PS NOT MADE of, or from Soy (Soy Lecithin is still Soy) because I have a tendency to have high Estrogen levels and since I eliminated Soy milk and Soy Lecithin Spray non fat spray butter, my estrogen... (more)
So I was reading a guide on Japanese soy sauces and apparently Japanese celiacs observe no ill effects from having soy sauce that was brewed with wheat in it: "*A note about gluten intolerance and soy sauce. Much of the wheat gluten is broken... (more)
So....day 5 into my challenge and the cook, turns out, uses a vegetable oil caniola oil....but it appears it has the evil SOY in it....bah! How many of you encounter this problem? I honestly feel like I can hardly eat anywhere but my own house! (more)
So here's my deal..I'm in a nutrition class (which I hate because it's teaching me all of these things that seem to be so against my Paleo beliefs). Today's lecture was about lipids and I am just so confused. I know the argument is usually that... (more)
the tuna I get (every brand in my stores has it, and the one brand I found without it is double the price per tin) is "tuna, vegetable broth, salt" and the can says allergen warning: contains soy. is this a big deal for paleo? i know rob wolf... (more)
First off I want to mention that I never eat out at all. I eat what I make everyday, every meal. I was just curious as to how those of you who do go out to eat manage to avoid vegetable oil, soy, wheat, msg etc. or do you not avoid it at all... (more)
Hey ya'll, I'm looking at sustainable/eco-friendly clothing options. Ideally, I want to do a purge of all my useless stuff, give it away to the Salvation Army, and then slowly accumulate higher quality, comfier, better wicking clothing, that's... (more)
I was telling a coworker today how unhealthy soy is for you. He seemed upset because soy and beans are his most common source of protein. What are the best sources of protein for a person who is vegan if they try to avoid soy and beans?
Has anyone tried eggs from FAR Wind Farm LLC.<> They are a small family owned farm in Williamstown NJ,raising pastured free range eggs and have soy free!<> I found them on Localharvest.org Search Farms New Jersey. I'd like to know if they... (more)
@Patty 5 Absolutely worth the drive, you can also find their eggs at the Collingswood Farmers Market. Very friendly family farm, as soon as you arrive you know you have found the real deal.
I have been unable to find a gluten and soy free Worcestershire sauce commercially-- does one exist? If not, is there are tried and true homemade recipe (perhaps using coconut aminos?) I currently use French's which is gluten free, but the soy... (more)
Lea & Perrins is the original Worcestershire sauce, and is widely available. It contains neither soy nor gluten. In fact, in a cursory look at the ingredients label, it doesn't have other funky ingredients, either. Real food, I'd say.
Yep, another question related to breastfeeding! There will probably be more! :D (For those who read my previous questions, my body fought off the infection on its own and my nipples are doing so much better!!! :D But, I did use some... (more)
I keep being stunned when I read labels - chewing gum, salad dressing/condiments, dark chocolate even supplements! Is there a minimal amount one can consume safely? If not, how do you guys avoid it (especially when going out to eat)?
Hey gang Upon reading how healthy cocoa is and dark choclate...i have been eating half a bar of 85% cocoa dark chocolate per day for a few months I think that this may have lowered my testosterone..it is the only change in diet I have made... (more)
It is probably not the soy, one of your ex's may have hired someone to curse you, Voodoo is particularly effective for this purpose. Did any of them take hair clippings from you, or toenail clippings?
I've just finished reading "It Starts with Food" (great book by the way). I thought my diet was reasonably clean, but wow am I spotting all the little bits that have crept in around the edges. So I'm looking over those little bits and going to do... (more)
Well I want to try natto (partly because I could not get my Vitamin K2 supplement shipped to canada due to some laws)(I also eat conventional fats so I wont be getting enough k2 there), so where do I get it? Is natto found in regular Asian grocery... (more)
I have never tried this product before, but was just curious about something. I was just thinking if Liquid Aminos is just a marketing and more user-friendly way of saying soy sauce? I mean, I would think it's the health conscious... (more)
Anecdotal and personal experience tells me that people with gluten intolerances (or any autoimmune diseases) should also avoid soy and corn due to possible cross-reactivity, leading to increased intestinal permeability. I haven't been able to... (more)
Here's one for maize/corn: Plant Foods for Human Nutrition DOI: 10.1007/s11130-012-0274-4 Maize Prolamins Resistant to Peptic-tryptic Digestion Maintain Immune-recognition by IgA from Some Celiac Disease Patients Francisco Cabrera-Ch??vez,... (more)
I love my vehetables but they do not love me... well that is the broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and other stuff high in salicylates. I get joint pain and blisters from them. have done a full elimination diet and salicylates are some of my... (more)