1. Most things are fine and reasonably healthy in moderation. Having a tablespoon or two of agave nectar on pancakes once a week isn't going to kill anyone, that is, unless they're allergic to agave nectar. That, and raw agave isn't processed the same way, but from a site that likes to reference that goof Dr. Mercola (who has some pretty asinine views from time to time) I can see how this would happen.
2. I don't advocate eating tons of processed soy, but their throwing out a range of "alarming" issues that they infer could be developed by eating a few Boca burgers here and there is pretty silly.
3. If people haven't figured out yet that you shouldn't drink fruit juice by the gallon as a healthy alternative to water due to the sugar and calories, there's little hope left for humanity
4. Bragg's liquid aminos aren't intended to be drank by the cupful. It's like soy sauce, and anyone who is "alarmed" about that fact obviously didn't do their homework. And, ugh, the tired old MSG stuff, if people actually knew that the issue that started the whole "MSG is evil!" situation was done as a shot in the dark as to what could be causing symptoms in people and has yet to have a solid foundation in science is only hurting their credibility. Those are the same people who don't understand the differences also in a processed MSG powder and natural glutamic acid, so why aren't these same people crying out about the dangers of sea vegetables and such?
As I always say, consider the source - are they selling website subscriptions, books, DVDs, seminars, etc.? If so, they NEED an angle to play to get people coming back for more "great information", and sadly, lots of purported experts love to either leave out useful info (such as, don't over-consume and you'll be okay) or other pertinent details that make their statements less than truly accurate.