THIS “HEALTHY” FOOD CAN CAUSE BRAIN DAMAGE & BREAST CANCER
THIS “HEALTHY” FOOD CAN CAUSE BRAIN DAMAGE & BREAST CANCER

THIS “HEALTHY” FOOD CAN CAUSE BRAIN DAMAGE & BREAST CANCER

There are many people in the world who wish to change their lifestyle and eating habits. In other words – they all want to eat healthy. But, some people think that by eating this food, they eat healthy. But, they are most definitely wrong. Some people decide to eat tofu as a protein source, instead of meat and eggs. Well, according to the soy industry, this is not the best and healthy option at all. Actually, tofu is far from healthy and it’s much better for you if you consume organic eggs, raw-dairy products and grass-fed meat.

According to Dr. Daniel, the food manufacturers in the Western countries, separate the soybeans into protein and oil. and, according to him – this method is definitely not healthy. These methods include high temperature, high pressure, petroleum solvents, and alkali and acid baths – which usually leave toxic and carcinogenic effects. Well, the thing is that these fractioned products – isolate and hydrolyze plant protein, due to all processed soy, contain high amounts of phytates, which block the mineral absorption and trypsin, which blocks proper digestion.

Too much soy products can cause the following health problems:

  • Cancer
  • Brain damage
  • Reproductive disorders
  • Soy allergies
  • Raises homocysteine levels
  • Thyroid problems, including: lethargy, weight gain, hair loss, fatigue, malaise and loss of libido
  • Premature puberty and development issues in adolescents, children and babies
  • Increases the risk of heart diseases, stroke and birth defects

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