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Eet vet word slank

Eet vet word slank gepubliceerd januari 2013

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Trick and Treat:
How 'healthy eating' is making us ill
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"A great book that shatters so many of the nutritional fantasies and fads of the last twenty years. Read it and prolong your life."
Clarissa Dickson Wright

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"NH&WL may be the best non-technical book on diet ever written"
Joel Kauffman, PhD, Professor Emeritus, University of the Sciences, Philadelphia, PA

Soy Online Service

Phytoestrogens & Diabetes: Type 1

Soy not only affects your health, but also the health of your children!

A combined research team of Cornell University and Long Island Community Hospital medical experts have found that children who develop Type 1 diabetes are twice as likely to have been fed soy formulas as those fed all other foods.  This confirms concerns based on animal studies raised in the 1980's and 1990s by Health Canada researcher Dr Fraser Scott and led to the American Academy of Pediatrics issuing their Warning to Pediatricians against any use of soy based formulas.

Soyonlineservice is shocked that this recommendation seems to be unknown to pediatricians even though it was published in their professional journal "Pediatrics". 

This type of diabetes is an autoimmune disease.  Researchers at two US Government laboratories ....NIEHS and NCTR... have attributed this to disruption of the immune system caused by the isoflavones in soy foods.

A study showing the very strong link between soy formula feeding and the onset of diabetes was published in 1986.  The Policy Recommendation “by the American Academy of Paediatrics” was finally published in November 1994. 

Even so, the New Zealand Ministry of Health issued a media release on December 8, 1994 saying it “has no knowledge of any reputable scientific studies that suggest that soy based formulas are detrimental to babies' health.” 

As one can see, eight years later, this is still the disinformation that is being fed by ANZFA to Australian politicians. 

One surely must wonder at the Power of the Dark Side that can so influence “safety” authorities that they will deny parents their legal rights and endanger their babies. 

Will the Ministers and bureaucrats who have done this in Australia and New Zealand be personally accountable for the results of their lies? 

For example, Minister Shipley has been described as having joined the “baby killers” and gave Parliamentary Answers.  Here is a typical example of one of her answers to an Opposition parliamentarian. 

"There is no evidence that soy-based infant formulae are unsafe.  Ministry of Health's advice since August 1995, in line with the UK Department of Health, is that “Breast milk is best for infants.  Dairy based substitute formulae can be used if needed, however, and under the advice of a health specialist, soy-based infant formulae are a useful alternative for babies who cannot tolerate dairy based formulae."” Soy-based infant formulae are nutritious and cost-effective food for infants who have been diagnosed as being intolerant or allergic to dairy based formulae. 

The scientific evidence has focused on potential or perceived risk without adequately demonstrating that there are any adverse health effects, therefore, there is no reason to change our advice on the nutritional value of these products."

More on the politics behind the soy industry can be found on our Soy Politics page.

Further Reading

Diabetes > Files
Diabetes community


Estrogen Linked to Insulin Resistance

Postmenopausal women taking oral estrogen, with or without progesterone, show increased insulin resistance, even when allowing for being overweight.

Read More Here


Breast feeding and insulin dependent diabetes mellitus in children

Fort P, Lanes R, Dahlem S, Recker B, Weyman-Daum M, Pugliese M, Lifshitz F.
Journal of the American College of Nutrition 1986; 5: 439-441

Twice as many diabetic children, however, received soy containing formula in infancy as compared to control children

The incidence of positive thyroid antibodies was two and one half times higher in formula-fed diabetic children than in breast-fed ones.

Full Abstract Here






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