Lots of Fat, No Phyt.
Another fat storing food is processed Soy. Soymilk, tofu and soy protein are just a few of the products that companies consistently sell us as being healthy alternatives. It’s not true!
Marketing gimmicks are used to keep consumers dumbed down to what they’re really eating. You’ve probably heard how healthy these soy products, whole wheat breads and fruit juices are, especially since it says so on the package!
If you’re wondering how soy products can be bad for you, its simple… it all comes down to processing. Many soy products are highly processed and 91 percent of soy grown in the US is (GM) genetically modified.
There’s also research from another study that shows that unnatural or processed soy has a direct connection to infertility and reproductive problems, as well as being linked to an increase in allergies.
Dr. Kaayla Daniel, author of The Whole Soy Story, shows the thousands of studies linking soy to malnutrition, digestive distress, immune-system breakdown, thyroid dysfunction, cognitive decline, reproductive disorders and infertility – even cancer and heart disease.
Immune system impairment
Severe or potentially fatal food allergies
Many processed foods can throw your hormones out of balance, harden your arteries by producing plaque and negatively affect your blood sugar levels.
What happens during the “processing” of soybeans is that many of the vital nutrients and minerals are “stripped out” and as much as 90% of the phytonutrient content is lost during this process.
Phytonutrients are the disease-fighting medicines found in foods. Weight gain or more serious health problems are caused by throwing your hormones out of balance. Another such hormone is Ghrelin.
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