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(NaturalNews) Just a few decades ago, the soybean was considered unfit to eat. Still, eight out of every 10 Americans believe soybeans and soybean oil is good for their health. They have no concept of, or knowledge about, fermented soy, and that certainly isn't the type of soy we're addressing here in most conventional foods and salad dressings, so let's get right to the truth on this one–there's no more wasting time. People's healthy salads are at stake here! What are the risks of consuming unfermented soy, regardless of whether it's organic or not, because genetically modified soy is a whole other health detriment discussion in itself. Could you be pouring "health detriment" on your organic salad?

The mistake that RUINS your organic salad – unfermented organic soy in your salad dressing

Soy "health" appeared out of NOWHERE in the mid-to-late 1990s thanks to a media blitz of advertising for the typical U.S. uninformed or misinformed consumer to "gobble up." All it took were some posing shill "health experts" in the media to read the script, how tofu, soy cheese and soymilk are great substitutes for meat and dairy and simply tout ONLY the benefits, while omitting the short and long-term ills. It was also a huge ploy to pull vegetarians or "wanna-be-vegetarians" into a huge, costly health trap.

Just since 2000, U.S. food manufacturers have introduced at least 3,000 new soy-based foods and there's lots more to come. Now, thousands of those products are USDA "certified organic" and contain organic soy as the FIRST INGREDIENT, meaning there's more soy in it that any other ingredient. Have you wondered why you feel so tired lately? The FDA says soy reduces your risk of heart disease, but what else does unfermented soy, organic or not, do to the HUMAN BODY when consumed on a regular basis?

Shrewd and insidious marketing lies convinced America to eat soy

Most soy you buy at a typical market is not a health food, unless it's fermented. Period. We all know by now how bad GMO soy is because of all the pesticides, but organic soy is a "Trojan horse." Soy is linked to immune-system malfunctions, thyroid dysfunction, and cognitive decline. Soy is linked in hundreds of health studies to infant abnormalities, kidney stones and food allergies. You'll hear all kinds of generic statistics about soy benefits, but they're simply lumping in the stats from fermented to fool you. Big Food is slick with the advertising and statistics, and the marketing. Got organic soy in your organic salad dressing? You got hoodwinked.

Propaganda and the soy sales "miracle"

The soybean was not used for food until the discovery of fermentation techniques, way back in history during the Chou Dynasty. That's when they first fermented tempeh, miso and soy sauce. This news later spread to other parts of the Orient, including Indonesia and Japan. The reason nobody ate unfermented soybeans was because the bean contains LARGE QUANTITIES OF ANTI-NUTRIENT TOXINS that block the enzymes humans need for protein digestion. So much for that protein myth, huh? Just because you eat something that contains protein doesn't mean your body can use it.

You may have chronic deficiencies in amino acid uptake right now thanks to your organic soy habit of just two tablespoons per day, according to independent research. Your pancreas may be enlarged, like the test animals. If you're not eating fermented tempeh, miso or tamari, you're doing the whole "soy thing" wrong and most likely experiencing adverse health effects. Your organic unfermented soy could be blocking your uptake of essential minerals like iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc–that you need for proper brain functioning. Check those infant formulas right now. Check your salad dressing too.

It's time to filter toxins from your daily intake. Stop second guessing. Is your favorite organic brand a sellout brand feeding you toxic soy? Check with Cornucopia map HERE:

The soy industry spends over $100 million a year in advertising and public relation shillings, and infiltrates school lunches across the nation. Are you suffering from asthma and irritable bowels? Are your kids? Cut out the organic, unfermented soy and watch for major health improvements over time. It could take a few months to normalize your system after discontinuing the consumption of unfermented soy products, so have patience!

Consumer Product Warning: Olive oil is being listed on the front of bottles of salad dressings as the featured ingredient, but soybean oil is the first ingredient, meaning there is a greater volume of soybean oil than any other ingredient in the dressing.

Fermented soy is different–use in moderation

In ancient China, soy was valued as an excellent green manure for the nitrogen-fixing ability of its roots, but was never eaten, either by animals or humans, until a slow fermenting process was invented and developed with culturing agents to reduced the gas-forming indigestibility and the anti-nutrient effects. Soy contains chemicals that lower testosterone levels and mimic estrogen. Did you fall for the "meat without the bone" myth? It's all a hoax just a couple of decades young. Fermented soy is fine in small amounts, such as when served as a condiment, but only for people with healthy thyroid function. It should never serve as staple food.

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David Wolfe video: "Hormone Health:" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a1lZnJqXtSA


NOHA: http://americannutritionassociation.org/newsletter/whole-soy-story

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