Soy Bad, Soy Good: What You Must Know When Considering Soy-Based Foods

I've long shared the many issues and dangers associated with including soy in your diets. One of the biggest concerns: soy contains phytic acid, which has anti-nutritional properties. Because phytic acid binds with specific nutrients you need, like iron, it inhibits their absorption in your digestive system. That fact alone should make you think twice about using soy in your diets. But is there any safe and beneficial form of soy? Yes. From a nutritional standpoint, you should think...

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