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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Apparently something in soya mimics estrogen and wreaks havoc with womans hormones.

    I hope this is a load of poopie as I love and believe in soya.
    Ignore the top articles, couldn't find a link for just the part I wanted. Check out the letter at the bottom from Doerge and Sheehan of the FDA, there certainly are questions, particularly as a product for infants.

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    I think there are alarmist arguments for both sides and as the girl with all the binary numbers, 01011010 said "Moderation and balance is key".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinity View Post
    Ignore the top articles, couldn't find a link for just the part I wanted. Check out the letter at the bottom from Doerge and Sheehan of the FDA, there certainly are questions, particularly as a product for infants.

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    I think there are alarmist arguments for both sides and as the girl with all the binary numbers, 01011010 said "Moderation and balance is key".
    Yeah, and about every other food too. Rememeber eggs? One week you'll die if you eat more than 2 a week, next week they tell you you can eat one every day. Ahhhhhh, be still, will ya!

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    They can have eggs or soya or anything else they fricken well want so long as they never turn around and say red wine is bad for me *sticks corks in ears*

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    hehe, or the delicious rotten cheeses that go with the wine....oh, wait...that's milk.

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    Shush! Mouldy cheese is totally good for me!

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    I always thought it was fine as long as you remove the fuzzy stuff... really good for nachos.
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    Ewww not that kind of mouldy. Bleech!

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    Then I can't see it being any less healthy than other cheeses a*shrug*
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    One more reason not to order the soy latte.
    I already take evening primrose oil partly coz of fears about the hormones in food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IF3157 View Post
    One more reason not to order the soy latte.
    I already take evening primrose oil partly coz of fears about the hormones in food.

    No, no, it's okay, read the whole post! We had a chemist here and everything.

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