Evils of Soy Prove Paleo Diet

Terrific piece about how soy is not a food humans were meant to eat. Anyone following a paleo diet should avoid it. ï¾ However there is one exception, which is surprisingly not mentioned. Fermented soy in the form of miso, natto, tempeh, soy and tamari sauce are okay, in fact they are healthy. Fermentation changes the nutrional profile of soy, makes it edible and safe to eat. Tofu may be eaten in small amounts on occasion, since it is partially fermented.

After doing some research about the evils of soy, I wasn’t able to change my spouse’s mind about eating meat, but I saw a connection between it and the Paleo Diet. Dr. Kaayla T Daniel, PhD, CCN, believes that soy is not a health food, does not prevent

Green soy beans - tasty snack perhaps but full of trouble

Avoid soy in any form other than fermented. This includes: soy protein, soy milk, soy oil, etc. There is a lot of good information about soy on the Weston Price website: www.westonaprice.org.

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