The Soy Deception
- Graves’ Disease
- Hashimoto’s Disease
- And Much More!
Television Interview with Sheryl on Bloomfield Cable TV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HrUAJ10ii4
Radio Interview with the Authors of The Soy Deception
About The Book
The soy industry and the media would have you believe that soy is a miracle food and that ingesting soy can help you overcome illness as well as enable you to obtain your optimal health. However, the most widely available forms of soy (non-fermented soy) are not healthy for you! This book is meant to help educate consumers, to shed some light on this “not-so-miracle” food, and to make everyone aware of the soy deception. Soy is in many packaged foods, flours, dressings, and sauces, as well as hidden in items we would not think to check, such as vitamins or shampoo. As a health conscious consumer, it is important to be fully informed. Use this book to help you start asking the right questions about the soy industry and its proclamations about soy. This will enable you to make an educated decision on whether to include soy in your diet.
Read this book to understand why you should avoid soy in your diet and find out which forms of soy are the most dangerous. Includes Recipes!
Soy Deception: Table of Contents
Preface (P. 11) Chapter 1: About Soy (P. 15) Chapter 2: Fermented Versus Non-Fermented Soy (P. 31) Chapter 3: Why Avoid Soy? (P. 47) Chapter 4: Soy and Phytoestrogens (P. 61) Chapter 5: Soy and the Thyroid (P. 73) Chapter 6: Soy Formula (P. 87) Chapter 7: Soy and Allergies (P. 101) Chapter 8: Soy and Genetically Modified Foods (P. 113) Chapter 9: Tips and Recipes (P. 125) Appendix A: Soy Descriptions (P. 161) Appendix B: Soy-Free Start-Up Shopping Guide (P. 171) Appendix C: Soy-Free Restaurant Guide (P. 175) About the Authors (P. 179)
“My experience has clearly shown that, compared to patients who do not ingest soy, those patients that ingest the most soy have more thyroid problems and more severe imbalances in their hormonal systems. In fact, I have found it nearly impossible to balance the thyroid and the rest of the endocrine system in those patients who ingest large amounts of soy in their diet.” – David Brownstein, M.D. “Soy is a very cheap crop to grow and it has found its way into countless food items and dairy products, not to mention cosmetics, shampoos, and vitamins. Therefore, many people are exposed to soy on a daily basis without even knowing it!” -Sheryl Shenefelt, C.N.