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The new USDA/HHS Guidelines are not entirely bad —for example, they recommend limiting added sugars, tossing the hydrogenated oils, and even limiting fruit juice, and they advocate sidewalks, parks, and safe neighborhoods as ways to provide people with opportunities to … Continue reading
The USDA’s 2010 Dietary Guidelines came out early this year, and the soy industry is thrilled that “soy made the cut.” Soy products are cited twice in the executive summary of the report with the recommendation that all Americans … Continue reading
As always, if the font is too small you can increase the size by pressing ‘control’ and the ‘plus’ sign. Virtually everything we know about vitamin D and latitude might be wrong. When I wrote “Seafood to Sunshine: A New … Continue reading
This holiday season Whole Foods Market is offering gift boxes and certificates brightly printed with the wish “Soy to the World.” Whole Foods Market, of course, perceives soy foods and soy milk — particularly modern packaged and processed soy products … Continue reading
As always, if the font is too small, you can use “control +” to increase its size. In the last several weeks, two momentous occasions have occurred in the world of vitamin D. First, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) released … Continue reading
As always, if the font is too small to read, you can increase its size by pressing “control” and “+.” Lots of people find that eating a WAP-friendly traditional diet has no effect on their blood lipids or improves them, … Continue reading
Eager readers want to know how to incorporate the “health benefits” of soy into their Thanksgiving dinners. As the Naughty Nutritionist, I suggest we not eat soy this Thursday but speak it. In other words, let’s talk tofurky. … Continue reading
Every week I get agonized letters from parents who fed their sons soy infant formula and who report estrogenized boys who are flabby, lethargic, high strung and/or embarrassed by breasts and underdeveloped genitals. These parents want to know, “What … Continue reading
It’s Halloween time, and once again our newspapers are spooking readers with stories about “creepy food.” So what are these creepy foods? Heart, liver, kidneys,, sweetbread, tripe and other organ meats. Bones are especially gruesome as can … Continue reading