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Wednesday, December 29, 2004


"URBANA, Ill. -- Two studies by University of Illinois food science and human nutrition professor Sharon Donovan show that the soy isoflavone genistein, in amounts present in commercial soy infant formulas, may inhibit intestinal cell growth in babies. So what are we to think about soy in a baby's diet?"

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Well, I'll tell you what to think... go research all the papers on how bad soy is for people especially little babies; then you will know what to think! Here is a very good place to start. You can find quite a nice assortment of articles on soy damage and danger compiled in one place. We are not slamming Tempeh or Miso. Fermented soy is not bad depending on how it is prepared. But, I would not feed my neighbor's barking dog soy...well, maybe a little.