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Studies showing soy may increase cancer risk have been found mainly in animal studies.  The research on  people does not tell the same...
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Hi Was you on soy for the menopause and its side effects?What kind of discharge are you getting, you say unusual, a little more info may help.At an...
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He is certainly old enough to have those other products, but milk may not be the only issue behind the constipation problem. You need to look at his...
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No...if it did, millions of people would have it, especially Asian countries. Soy is just fine.
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Hi Have you thought of goats milk, if not read this link below.The Link http://www.parenting.com/article/ask-dr-sears-advantages-of-goats-milkYou may...
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Hi As they say, for all baby's, BREAST IS BEST, start there and work downwards just by googling each one.Loads of info if you go looking for it...
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It is not recommended that children under two consume rice milk or other alternatives to milk or soy unless directed by a pediatrician or pediatric...
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Constipation is HARD, DRY stools. My guess is that your son is not truly constipated, but may be having colic or gas-pains. Not having a BM for one...
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Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and crossbred hybrids of these grains.  The good news is many foods...
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I'm sorry to hear this. It's hard when we feel food choices are being taken away from us!I'm glad to see you can differentiate between an...
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I remember I had this same questiosn when I was pregnant, and unfortunately things like herbal teas are not often on the typical "do no...
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Although a number of supplements are marketed as bone strengtheners, there's very little evidence that they help. Cod liver oil may have some effect...
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The following doses have been studied in scientific research:BY MOUTH:For high cholesterol: 20-50 grams per day of soy protein. For preventing weak...
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Soy contains "isoflavones" which are changed in the body to "phytoestrogens," which are similar to the hormone estrogen.
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