♥ “Based on the bulk of the evidence soy appears to be perfectly safe for nearly all healthy individuals when it is consumed in reasonable amounts. We would say that a reasonable amount of soy is two to three servings per day. ”
- Is It Safe to Eat Soy?
by Virginia Messina, MPH, RD & Mark Messina, PhD
♥ “Now the largest study to date on soy’s effect on breast cancer suggests that eating soy, even in large amounts, may not be harmful after all, and may even reduce recurrence and death from the disease.”
- Study: Eating Soy Is Safe for Breast-Cancer Survivors
by Alice Park, TIME Magazine
♥ “In addition to reducing the risk for breast cancer… soy also provides benefits for preventing prostate cancer, lowering LDL cholesterol, and improving menopausal symptoms. When you add up all the research on soy, there is no reason to think that two servings per day are harmful to most people, and good reason to think soy will provide some health benefits.”
- Soy: What’s the Harm?
by Jack Norris, RD & its companion piece: Response to Not Soy Fast
♥ “From Dr. Andrew Weil: ‘There is no scientific data suggesting that soy consumption leads to mineral deficiency in humans.’ Fallon, Enig, and the other WAPF (Weston A. Price Foundation) writers have failed to provide any evidence at all for this claim.”
- Finally, The Truth About Soy
by Leo Babauta., Zen Habits blog