Hey WHAT are we really EATING!! Food in its raw form is usually the best! Why are we paying to be poisoned! Who knew – I read this article and thought I was being cautious! Did not even consider my soy protein powder.
Soy is the cheapest protein available today, and it is a major component of most animal feeds. Cheap soy protein allows chickens to grow the fastest, and produce the maximum amount of eggs during their peak laying cycles. So why do Rob and I pay more for organic, soy-free chicken feed? Why do we read labels and avoid eating highly processed soy products like the plague?
Because soy beans are very high in phytic acid and isoflavones. Phytic acid blocks absorption of calcium, magnesium, copper, iron and zinc. The phytic acid in soy beans is not reduced or neutralized by soaking, sprouting or long, slow cooking. Soy Isoflavones mimic estrogen in the body. Soy processing leads to the formation of toxic nitrosamines (carcinogens) and the formation of MSG. Additional MSG is often added to soy products during manufacturing. Many soy products contain high levels of aluminum.
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Had a rough weekend, so this is always a good reminder!!! This was one of those weekends where I ate too much salt and processed foods. This morning felt like a bloated potato! Redirect and stay on track is my goal for today!!
I think this was just blogged for me! Lover of beets and looking for my memory!!!!
This is a sister post to my post on ” Do Not waste will help your WAIST” You can eat fresh an non processed and still have a budget!! Plus health care in the long run will cost you more!
A yummy way to eat the “it’s not trash yet” produce lingering in the fridge…
Make a salad “chutney“!
- small dice cucumber, red onion, roasted red pepper, tomatoes
- top with a favorite dressing or red wine vinegar, olive oil, kosher salt, pepper, oregano
- use on top of any greens or add to a sandwich
“Mother’s words of wisdom: “Answer me! Don’t talk with food in your mouth!” ~ Erma Bombeck
Go Green in celebration of st. Pattys day! Not to mention it so so good just had one for breakfast. I liked without the peppermint. Thanks for blogging fitnesslovingmom