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Vorsicht Sojaprodukte


Weston A. Price Foundation:

Über Sojaprodukte: International Soy Symposium


Studies Showing Adverse Effects of Isoflavones, 1950-2010


Studies Showing Adverse Effects of Dietary Soy, 1939-2008


Fragen und Antworten


The Soy Controversy 


Not Milk and Uncheese: The Udder Alternatives


Über Sojamilch: The Potential Effects of Soy, and How it Might Decimate the Health of Your Unborn Baby and the Fertility of Future Generations

Soybeans contain compounds called phytoestrogens or isoflavones, which have been found to produce a variety of mild hormonal actions within the human body by mimicking the sex hormone estrogen. An increased risk of breast cancer is another potential hazard, especially if you're exposed to high amounts of estrogen-mimicking compounds from birth.