When I did my post about the P. Allen Smith Bean2Blog event I kept it pretty mild because I tend to go to the crazy place with food, especially soy. It’s that crazy little piece of food that seems to have so many benefits, yet there is possibly something a little sketchy going on.
We can all thank Michael Pollen and Netflix for f’ing me up in the food department. Well, there’s also my lifelong obsession with my weight and sugar and…
The whole event was put on by the Arkansas Soybean Council (TheMiracleBean.com) and I absolutely love the farmer we met, BUT I also have major Monsanto(<— this video makes me more crazy than usual) issues. As it turns out. I’m not the only one who tends to go to my crazy place about soy. Because I don’t really have the energy to open that can of worms I’m going to leave you with a few things.
Soy can be part of a balanced diet. The American Dietetic Association encourages soy in moderation. Peer reviewed articles have found that soy does not increase risk of breast cancer in women, it does not increase sterility in men.
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