|Date: 11/10/2011 10:19:24 PM ( 5y ago )
More misleading and debunked propaganda from the Weston Price Foundation.
I like this line from their site:
"The study found that those rabbits that had consumed the soybean hay suffered from partial reproductive failure.”
Again it really goes to show the lengths that the Weston Price Foundation will go to for their propaganda campaign. Note they are heavily utilizing animal studies that DO NOT apply to humans. And they are feeding soybeans to an animal that does not normally consume soybeans. That is like feeding corn to a snake and expecting the snake to be healthy. These studies often also use isolated compounds in extremely high levels for the sole purpose of creating adverse reactions. On the other hand if they relied on actual human studies at proper levels then they would find that humans studies have not only shown soy to be safe, but also beneficial to the body in various ways.
Of course relying on properly conducted human studies would not benefit the Weston Price Foundation, nor their biggest sponsors the beef So instead they look for any non-applicable studies that bash soy to present as "evidence" to help protect their sponsor's profits.
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