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Posted on 12/12/2006 5:28:00 PM PST by Stone Mountain
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Take good care of zook; there's no hope you know...
Dear Stone Mountain,
I know what you mean.
My wife and I decided to role play once after taking peyote and right before indulging our indulgences we rubbed warm soy sauce all over each other, just as a lark.
Everything was going great guns and roses until I suddenly had the urge to let my wife mount me during a reverse triple somersault, and my wife got the urge to beat me senseless with my electrified police baton. Which she did. And I strangely enjoyed.
It was some kinda trippy let me tell you.
The whole experience seemed kinda queer to me in retrospect, though I'm at a loss as to say exactly why.
Maybe it was the specialness of knowing the experience would never come again.
Anywho, soy made me get loved long time the wong way, as we say South of the Mason-Dixon line in Hunan Province.
Stay away from soy and soy products people.
Unless you want to go from being Stone Mountain to Little Grassy Top.
And that just ain't natural.
Um, I'll take your word for it. My nephews go there for swimming lessons and no, they don't eat tofu.
Does THIS answer your question?
Oviously, you didn't even bother to read the post you replied to, or you'd see I have a sense of humor. As far as this article, I don't see intentional humor, nor was it appropriate. Unfortunately, it's scientifically very naive. Plant estrogens are not the same as human estrogens. How come we don't see these scare articles about plant testosterones? In fact, they market them as ways to reduce cholesterol?
Is that George Takei 3rd from the right? : )
"What about the billion+ Asians that eat significant amounts of soy products? Do THEY have a higher percentage of gayness than the rest of the world population?"
No, but I hear their penis' are smaller ;D!
sorry, had to say it...
I made this devil's food cake for you without any soy, using only real whole cow's milk and real eggs. I promise it will not do anything but increase masculinity, why, it might even be called the *Wonder Bread* of chocolate cakes in that it will "build strong bodies 12 ways."
Dr. Mercola - "Soy formula is one of the worst foods that you could feed your child. Not only does it have profoundly adverse hormonal effects as discussed above, but it also has over 1000% more aluminum than conventional milk based formulas.
Why Soy Can Damage Your Health
Soy May Cause Cancer and Brain Damage
The Truth about Soy
Beware of The Toxicity of Soy Products
Mercola is no better at providing factual information based on sound science than the rest of your links. All this nonsense about soy is nothing more than alarmist propagated by the toxic terrorists who are either misguided scientists or charlatans trying to make a quick buck -- or both.
Even worse, they've discovered a food that reduces a woman's sex drive by 90%. It's called a Wedding Cake.
I ate szechuan tofu today for lunch, but it does not make me want to look at some guys hairy @$$.
"All this nonsense about soy is nothing more than alarmist propagated by the toxic terrorists who are either misguided scientists or charlatans trying to make a quick buck -- or both."
I assume you can back up what you stated here with proof based in fact.
"As currently configured, the FDA is not able to adequately protect the American public. It's more interested in protecting the interests of industry. It views industry as its client, and the client is someone whose interest you represent."
- Dr. David Graham, senior drug safety researcher at the Food and Drug Administration, and Vioxx whistleblower
Sure. Without linking me to endless studies from Mercola or some other alarmist source, what specifically do believe is dangerous about soy?
Hahaha, South Park flash - "So big!" ;)
Good grief. You don't understand the FDA at all. The FDA is motivated by politics, public opinion and not making mistakes. Just because some researcher makes a claim doesn't make it so. The FDA and industry, for the most part, have a very adversarial relationship. They have nothing to gain from helping industry. The FDA treats industry as bad as everyone else.
They are certainly not perfect or infallible but they are absolutely light years better than what existed before. They are bureaucrats of the worst kind who sit on drugs and treatments that could save or improve lives because they're scared to make a mistake however, we operate better than any other country in the world.
BTW, I believe Vioxx will make it back to the market but with many more limitations, despite what Dr. Graham, disgruntled former employee, has to say. Of course, that's besides the point. Humans have been consuming soy for thousands of years. We consume more today per capita then ever before. Our health and life expectancy have never been better. If the FDA had solid research proving that soy was harmful, especially to children, they'd act on it. They don't because that research doesn't exist.
Better watch out, or you'll become feminine.
Good grief, that was from the article, not me....
Are you saying only the FDA has credibility?
It's good to be the King ...
....there is a certain humor value; I'm LMAO right now.
I've worked with the FDA on the food side of the industry and I would agree that they are credible, although they can be a bureaucratic nightmare. Our food supply offers the most variety greatest safety in the world. There is no love between industry and the FDA. From what I know about the drug side, their relationship depends on who is running the agency but that their relationship is also highly adversarial. You can understand why that would be when the cost of bringing a new drug to market is now $800 million. I am unfamiliar with the medical equipment area of their oversight.
Soy is also damaging to the thyroid. Women who are having problems losing weight despite diet and exercise should make absolutely sure they eliminate soy from their diet.
Baloney, I just had a glass of soy milk. Now excuse me, I'm going to spin some Striesand records and do some home redecorating. Maybe chiffon.
Not only does soy contain estrogens, they are genetically modifying it on a regular basis.
Actually I think the opposite has happened - I seem to spend my days in work boots and jeans. Both my husband and daughter like seeing me in skirts and heels :)
Uh, okay, Jim.
To separate what's legitimate from all the nonsense out there requires a substantial education in biochemistry and nutrition as well as having worked in real world situations where the accuracy of your research determines your success in industry. Too many people are quick to believe whatever they see on the internet because it sounds like the researchers know what they're talking about. Most of the time, after critically reviewing the research, it's clear that their conclusions -- although they may show correlations -- don't prove a thing. 95% of research today is meaningless. Mercola is an internet charlatan who is getting rich selling people crap that doesn't perform as advertised. He's been cited several times by the FDA for doing so. The Weston Price Foundation is another organization that's driven by a political agenda and cares nothing about the truth. Fortunately, the FDA, most of the time, creates policy based on sound science. That's reassuring to me in a world filled with food Nazi's, toxic terrorists and nanny staters.
For those who believe no explanation is needed. For those who don't, no explanation will suffice.
Since I read you as the latter, there was no point in trying to prove "your opinions" wrong.
Personally, I would suspect that childhood obesity has more to do with early menstruation than does soy consumption.
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