Monthly Archives: February 2010

Just got these letters in:  “Dear Dr. Daniel: I  watched your interview on View from the Bay.    Something you said alarmed me. You said giving soy to babies is bad because it’s the ONLY thing they’re getting. Further, you … Continue reading

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Chris Masterjohn’s posting “Does Meat Really Leach Calcium From the Bones?” is “must reading” for anyone who believes in the bone-building benefits of vegetarian or plant-based diets. I’d like to add some information about sulfur to the discussion. Sulfur, after … Continue reading

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In the current issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a group of “paleolithic nutrition” and “evolutionary health” researchers published an analysis of the acid-base balance of the diets of 229 hunter-gatherer societies.  They concluded that, contrary to the … Continue reading

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Believe it or not, the soy industry is now promising new and improved men – men who not only have better “working memories,” but men who might even remember anniversaries! Researchers, led by Peter Howe at the University of South … Continue reading

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A group called SoyFoods Haiti Alliance Relief Effort (SHARE) is coordinating the donation and delivery of soy foods, soy snacks and soy milk to Haiti.   Solae, Whitewave, Alpro and Vitasoy have already donated products and more high-protein donations are … Continue reading

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