No Soy For You! Tough talk against Tofu

CR 267/622

Billy
Then I would like to ask you first of all concerning soy products, about which so much fuss is being made, and from which also various food, spices and oils as well as Tofu are being produced.
I have eaten Tofu already in several variations; however, no form has tasted delicious to me but rather repulsed me.
To me it appears like a disgusting form of paper-mache or polyurethane, in any case, inedible, which is why I do not understand that many people stuff themselves with it and rave about it.
In this regard it is the same phenomenon as with the tasteless and flavorless sow’s pear, respectively the avocado fruit, which once was genetically manipulated and grown for pigs’ food, which in our time, nevertheless, is used by people as food.
Ptaah
The taste buds of many human beings on earth are altered or even destroyed to the extent that they perceive the real taste of food etc. only more or less distortedly.
Billy
That’s what I thought too.
However, this was not my actual question; which concerns whether soy products are really as healthy as the food industry likes to portray them?
Ptaah
The main principle lies in the amount, because too much is unhealthy, as you always say.
Basically soy is a high-quality plant protein in which Isoflavones are also contained in large quantities in the form of phytoestrogens.
Nevertheless, the protein and the Isoflavones, as well as other substances of soy, are in no way harmless.
In particular with long-term consumption of large quantities, the Isoflavones effect the hormone balance quite critically.
However, all the other soy substances are not harmless either, which is why they should be used as food only with sufficient caution or not at all.
In particular no kind of food for children should contain any soy products at all, because with regard to the Isoflavones, especially the health of babies, toddlers and adolescents is impaired by soy products and in other respects health is seriously damaged.
Already less than one quarter of a milligram of Isoflavones per one kilogram of body weight per day can cause very bad and irreparable health defects in children of every age, namely in relation to consciousness activity, the brain, the intelligence, the world of thought and feeling, the psyche, the physical body and the behavior pattern etc.
If pregnant women consume soy products it can lead to heavy and irreparable damages to the fetus’ body, limbs, nerves, cerebrum and muscles as well as to body deformations.
More than a quarter of a milligram of Isoflavones per kilo of body weight should not be given to babies and toddlers under any circumstances.
Said with easy and generally understandable words and concepts, soy products of all kind, because of their toxic ingredients, in larger quantities are even capable of impairing the health of strong adults and to cause serious damage, which can lead to growth of tumors, respectively cancer and to the fostering of brain-, consciousness and behavioral disorders, personality changes and to infertility.
Especially breast cancer in women and men is often caused by soy products, as well as depression and Parkinson’s, namely in particular when a hereditary disposition exists for it.
Also Alzheimer’s and dementia can be results of an excess of the Isoflavones, as well as an impairment of eyesight, the taste buds, the ability to concentrate, the moral balance and various other important life factors.
Billy
Then what ought to be the amount of soy that the adult may take?
Ptaah
The quantity depends on the concentration of Isoflavones, of which a person should consume no more than half a milligram per kilo of body weight daily if he does not want to be impaired toxically.
Billy
This means that a person of 70 kilograms of body weight should not consume soy products that exceed 35 milligrams of Isoflavones.
However, with soy consumption this amount is reached very quickly.
Ptaah
This is indeed the case, because already a normal soy drink of 2.5 dl in size contains about 30 milligrams of Isoflavones.
Billy
And what is the case with drugs made of soy respectively concerning their Isoflavones?
Ptaah
Such drugs are in no way recommended, if, on one hand, they are not adjusted for the body weight, and, on the other hand, are taken for too long a time, or if the person is especially susceptible with regard to Isoflavones.
Billy
Your explanations in the human beings’ ear and reason.[1] Thanks.
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