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Posted by Ann on September 15, 2000 at 19:29:19:

In Reply to: Please list sources Re: To Grandma Peg in response to Vitamin E question posted by Moderator on September 11, 2000 at 07:54:56:

Hi,
Will list readable sources on a separate post for you, but I also
consulted some friends that are MD's and nutritionists. Look for
the sources under post that heads Vitamin E source list
Ann:

Please list reviewable sources for the statements you made concerning soy causing breast cancer, etc.

: : Reply; Thanks so much, Ann. As said, glad to ave a pharmacist on the board. Now I have another question, what do you think of the current controversy re; soy? First, it's said that it helps prevent breast cancer, then it's said those same isoflavones cause breast cancer...aldo read that soy's phyto-estrogens are too feminizing for males to be using and yet another, a bonefide Dr. who says soy's phyto-hormones are harmfu to both sexes. Any ideas as to what's going on, besides the money chain?? Grandma Peg


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