Soy lecithin is a common emulsifier used in many many foods. With soy in the name, you might think you need to avoid it. But is it as bad as you think?
Japan maintains one of the highest life expectancies in the world and is considered one of the world’s healthiest countries. What can we learn from Japan?
Four common food toxins - wheat, sugar, industrial seed oils and soy - are largely responsible for the epidemic of modern diseases destroying our health.
A recent, large study published in Human Reproduction has demonstrated that soy products are associated with dramatic reductions in sperm counts.
Soy products are regarded as some of the healthiest on the market. Yet this is not necessarily true. Modern production methods play a key role in determining nutritional quality. Let's explore further.