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Men should be offended when someone claims that women should prevent rape by not wearing certain things or not going certain places or not acting in a certain way. That line of thinking presumes that you are incapable of control. That you are so base and uncivilized that it takes extraordinary effort for you to walk down the street without raping someone. That you require certain dress code be maintained, that certain behaviors be employed so that maybe today, just maybe, you won’t rape someone. It presumes that your natural state is rapist.
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Soy is gross. Most soy products are processed and toxic. Eating soy can make your period irregular, increase your chances of infertility, cause osteoporosis, digestive disturbances, fatigue and hypothyroidism. It’s also a common food allergen.
If possible, avoid soy in these forms:
Surprised? You see, most soy products on the market are made from genetically modified soybeans that are the nutritional equivalent of plastic. And, the high temperatures at which your favorite faux duck and soy milk are processed cause all sorts of proteins to denature (break apart and lose the enzymatic activity) which renders the food indigestible.
Here’s some trivia: Asian countries have NOT been eating nofurkey or sham ham for the last three thousand years. They were (and still are) mainly eating non-genetically modified fermented soy, also known as miso — and they eat this fermented soy as a side-dish not a main course.
FYI: The soy milk or any tofu-based product you’re eating is more than likely genetically modified and is NOT fermented.
Frightening scientific research to ponder:
Ladies, it’s not enough to stop eating tofu dishes and soy milk. You also have to start reading labels as more than 60 percent of the products found in supermarkets and health food stores contain soy protein isolate (SPI). SPI is toxic, processed and offers you zilch for nutrition.
If you absolutely need to have soy, be sure it is non-genetically modified, fermented (like miso or tempeh) and have no more than one 2-ounce serving two times per week.