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Soy Milk Estrogen

Surprisingly soy and soy products have an adverse estrogenic effect on the body causing weight gain, stubborn fat, PMS disorders and may cause cancer.

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from HubPages

101 Quick Ideas for Dairy Free, Soy Free Meals, Snacks, and General Survival

Dairy free and soy free ideas for meals, side dishes, snacks, dressings and sauces compiled by a writer who has lived without milk or soy since 2007.

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The Herb Of The Week Soy - nutritional & medicinal benefits. Treats PMS & Menopause symptoms, Irregular periods, Unbalanced cholesterol levels, Prevents Osteoporosis, Heart disease. Sources of Omega-3 fatty acids, Vegetable proteins, rich in genistein - A phytoestrogenic isoflavone, Calcium, Iron & Phosphorus. How to consume Soy - raw, soy milk or tofu, Supplements. Best supplements from Zenith Nutrition. Health Supplements. Nutritional Supplements. Health Infographics

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from Paleo for Women

Phytoestrogens in the Body: How Soy Interferes with Natural Hormone Balance

say no to soy. http://www.paleoforwomen.com/phytoestrogens-estrogens-and-estrogen-receptors/

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Soybeans are commonly used in many processed foods and soy allergies are becoming more and more common these days. Many of my clients with stomach troubles steer clear of soy because it triggers their digestive issues.  Miso Tempeh Shoyu Sauce Soy Flour Soy Grits Soy Nuts Soy Milk Soy Sprouts Soy

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from Bembu

12 Foods High in Estrogen for Balanced Hormones

Balance your hormones with these estrogen rich foods…

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Soy--good or bad? The answer is both, and this book and review explains that fermented and organic soy is safe whereas un-fermented soy products are not in your best interests. Soy milk is certainly not good for children.

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