question regarding soy neurotoxicity and vitamin e derived fromsoy

William A. Noyes no.address at ctc.net
Thu Jun 24 19:40:40 EST 2004

Lisa why don't you post the Pubmed abstract numbers for us since
you say you did the research. Anything from that source?

"Lisa Hangs" <lisa.hangsATsasktel.net> wrote in message
news:10dkn3v7l3j7h6f at corp.supernews.com...
> Here's some research I've found on soy:
> ? In 1991, Japanese researchers reported that consumption of as little as
> grams (approx. 2 tablespoons) of soybeans per day for a one month resulted
> in a significant increase in thyroid stimulating hormone.
> ? Soy consumption has been linked to numerous disorders, including
> infertility, increased cancer, and infantile leukemia; and, in studies
> dating back to the 1950s, that genistein (the isoflavone in soy) causes
> endocrine disruption in animals.
> ? In 1992 the Swiss health service estimated that 100 grams of soy protein
> provided the estrogenic equivalent of the pill.
> ? The 1996 Puerto Rico Premature Thelarche study, found the most
> dietary association with premature sexual development was not chicken- as
> reported in the press- but soy formula.
> ? In1998 the New Zealand government had issued a health warning about soy
> infant formula, but although the FDA called for safety specifications and
> monitoring, they have never been performed.
> ? Genistein exerts estrogen-like effects in male mouse reproductive tract.
> ? There is a significant statistical relationship between two or more
> servings tofu (soy) per week and "accelerated brain aging", and tofu
> look five years older
> ?  Mothers who eat a vegetarian diet during pregnancy (greater exposure to
> phytoestrogens in soy foods popular with vegetarians) has a fivefold
> risk of delivering a boy with hyposadias, a birth defect of the penis.
> To your health,
> lisaREMOVETHIShangs at sasktel.net
> www.lisah.awarenesslife.com
> "William A. Noyes" <no.address at ctc.net> wrote in message
> news:400a38f1$0$31359$a32e20b9 at news.nntpservers.com...
> > damned typos
> > corrected version
> > "William A. Noyes"  This risk is non-existent with the small amounts
> > of materials needed to make capsules from soy based materials.
> >
> > > <jim at xtern.com> wrote in message
> > > news:5e6572ec6a4e9831016b8492da0be66b at news.meganetnews.com...
> > > > the same neurotoxic risks that may be linked to eating soy products.
> > >
> > >
> >
> >

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