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Gluten-free Soy Sauce & Tamari Guide
I've been collecting gluten-free soy sauces and tried them side by side. Here are my impressions and I hope you’ll share yours! 
food  soy  tamari  gluten 
11 days ago by emkay
The Science of Soy: What Do We Really Know?
Once genistin enters the digestive tract, it releases its sugar and becomes “free” genistein. Some of this free genistein is absorbed. However, most is reconjugated into glucuronides or sulfates, the primary circulating forms of genistein, which are thought to have either low or no biological activity. Only a very small amount of free genistein escapes conjugation by the liver and circulates in that form.

“People need to know that as it occurs in soy and other plant products, genistin is the compound that’s there. The amount of actual genistein is very low, one percent or less probably,” says Michael Shelby, director of the National Toxicology Program’s Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR). Key exceptions are fermented products, such as miso and tempeh, which may contain up to 40% free genistein.
hormones-estrogen  soy 
9 weeks ago by Brian-Green
(4) 'Why I'm no longer vegan' INSANITY - Dr. Davis - YouTube
Ethic vegans are junk food vegans. any junk food diet is long-term bad even if it is vegan (eg only juices).
Not health vegans. Dr Michael Greger and Co.
Vegan  Ethics  whole-food  plant-based  fibre  soy  beans  grains  legumes  B12  prevention  public  health  Iron  folate  Iodine  omega-3  VitaminD 
february 2019 by asterisk2a
Soy flour products in baking
The addition of soy protein to wheat flour increases the protein content and improves the amino acid balance in the food, providing a more nutritious product. This is especially significant for consumers with a limited protein intake who obtain the majority of their dietary protein from bread.
pdf  baking  soy 
january 2019 by jberkel

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