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    Think about it this way. Every man in Japan would have breasts by now if soy were that much of a danger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    There is a difference of opinion. I am on the "good for you" side.
    I'm on the "everything has mixed elements" side

    There aren't nearly as many advantages as we think - almost anything milk does, other food does better, and with less rejection. However, there are also less disadvantages than the other side makes it out to be.

    It certainly is better than drinking pop and the like!

    A good overview - CBC Marketplace: Milk

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    I'm not even gonna pretend to.......

    ......whaaaaaaaaaaaaat?

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    Ah! That's a classic Japanese joke! hahaha! Good times!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Think about it this way. Every man in Japan would have breasts by now if soy were that much of a danger.
    Eh, you're right there; and so would I, looking back on the food I was brought up on.
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    Soy is fine. There will always be a counter argument for practically every food in existence consumed in excess. Moderation and balance is key.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Think about it this way. Every man in Japan would have breasts by now if soy were that much of a danger.
    Interesting visual

    There's a difference between fermented and unfermented soya however.

    Unfermented is tofu, soy milk and infant soy formula which are the products that have question marks over them. Japanese tend to consume more fermented products like miso and tempeh which are fine.

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    i still havent figured out what soy is exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    i still havent figured out what soy is exactly.

    Allow me.....it's plant protein. Is that good enough? Just say the word and I will gladly write you a little essay on soya and soya related matters.

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