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Monthly Archives: July 2010
Dear Dr. Daniel: I live in a city which has a high level of ozone and particulates, but I lived here for many years without making my asthma worse. Then I started drinking soy milk with the intention of improving … Continue reading
Denise Minger’s recent critical review of Dr. T. Colin Campbell’s The China Study has elicited a response from Dr. Campbell himself. Minger made a brilliant response that can be found here. I highly recommend reading it if you haven’t yet. Minger’s … Continue reading
A note to readers: if the font is too small to read, please press “control” and the “plus” sign on your keyboard. I recently received the question from a reader that I have paraphrased below. My answer follows. Q. In … Continue reading
As one reader recently commented on a different blog, I lit a fire to the China Study five years ago but Denise Minger just burned the whole thing down. Lighting the FireIn the spring of 2005, I wrote a review … Continue reading
Dear Dr Kaayla, What is lecithin? Is it soy? Should I take lecithin supplements? My ND thinks I should. — Jessie Dear Jessie: Lecithin is an emulsifying substance found in the cells of all living organisms. … Continue reading
Fears about salmonella poisoning, listeria, swine and avian flus from animal foods are boosting the market for soy and other vegan foodstuffs and supplements. The demand is being fed by vegans, of course, but also from increasing numbers of … Continue reading