Only one of 10 mice treated with anti-CD47 had a lymph node with signs of cancer. Those responsible for the huge world crisis of the present time insist on continuing down the path that led to this disaster. With properly prepared soybean material and sufficient extraction time, it is often possible to achieve about 0. This carbohydrate is absolutely required in the extrusion process; dry pet foods are essentially breakfast cereal for pets with a little added meat meal for palatability. Diagram of countercurrent flow. To illustrate this problem, let's go back in recent history. Yeast extract is also used in so-called "natural" veggie burger products sold in grocery stores and health food stores.
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As this damage accumulates, it adversely affects the gastrointestinal, immune, and other systems of humans and other animal species. Second, they exist in a symbiotic relationship with Rhizobium bacteria. By fixing atmospheric nitrogen in the roots of the soybean plant, the lectin-bacteria team supports the miracle bean's traditional, historical use as a fertilizer and crop rotator.
Usually, soy lectins are digested and inactivated by traditional fermentation or by heat in soy processing. However, it has been found that "soybean meals can, on occasion, retain functional lectins at levels that may be detrimental to the animal's health and productivity. Then, "lectins are more than capable of perturbing digestive, absorptive, protective, and secretory functions throughout the gastrointestinal tract. Unlike ordinary food proteins, lectins strongly resist breakdown by enzymes in the gut.
However, if they eat the soy protein regularly, as a principal source of protein, they are asking for problems from lectins and the many other anti-nutrients in soy. Saponins are another anti-nutrient, along with protease inhibitors, phytates, and lectins, which all seem "to have evolved to help plants defend themselves against microbes, insects, and animal predators. In the case of the drug, "side effects include pronounced damage to the patient's own cell membranes, with users complaining of gas, diarrhea, nausea, and stomach pain.
Cooking and boiling does not remove saponins. When soy protein is removed from the oil, saponins stick with the protein. A bacterial enzyme, used in the fermentation that produces miso and tempeh, metabolizes and breaks down soy saponins. Saponins do lower cholesterol and may by themselves become a drug. Soy is not the only goitrogenic food. Broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cassava, rapeseed, turnips, mustard, radish, peanuts, and millet also contain goitrogens.
However, few adults-and even fewer children-eat these foods to excess. Furthermore, the goitrogens in most of these foods are easily neutralized by cooking or fermentation. Soy foods are different. The principal goitrogens in soybeans are the estrogenic plant hormones known as isoflavones. The antinutrients known as saponins in soy may also be goitrogens. Cooking and processing methods, using heat, pressure, and alkaline solutions, will neither deactivate nor remove isoflavones or saponins.
Only solvent extraction can do that. America is plagued by an epidemic of thyroid problems. Cancer can be promoted by hormone mimickers, like the plant estrogens in soy. These so-called phytoestrogens are also suggested for "natural hormone replacement therapy" and as possible new cancer drugs.
Daniel describes other major problems from consumption in large amounts of the recently developed soy foods, including soy allergies. Oil is extracted from soy that is usually pesticided and often genetically engineered.
Fat-loving pesticides concentrate in fats and oils For convenience the soy oil is hydrogenated, producing "trans fats" with their deleterious health effects on all our cell membranes and their great convenience in processed food production. By the s, vegetarians, hippies, environmentalists, and other idealists joined the cry, recommending soy foods as the solution to world hunger, the path to good health, the key to healthy aging, and the way to preserve our environment.
Old-fashioned whole soy foods that contribute to health if eaten in moderation have given way to ersatz products that lead inevitably to malnutrition and disease. Use permitted for non-profit and non-commercial uses or by healthcare professionals in their practice, with attribution to www.