Hi, thank you for the info. Did not know it had calcium in it, Thanks.
I wanted to ask someone about the exact thing you mentioned, hidden soy. I have started reading lables and it is every where. Is there a list of soyless foods?
I don't know how to reply any other way, but I am sure there is one.
Thanks a lot
Hi again. I don't know if I can give you this website, [url="http://www.allergy.org,"]www.allergy.org,[/url] but if I can't, just type other names for soy and you'll get a list. I'm actually allergic to soy, so I've paid more attention. The only way to really avoid it is to try and stick to whole foods. Anything pre-packaged seems to have it hiding in there. I have heard it's the soy protein that is the most harmful. Just limit soy as much as you can and that will help. It makes me very sick to my stomach, so I know when I've blown it. LOL IWL
I guess I am so new to the soy search that I get confused. The bread I like has soy fibers,or wheat fibers in it. How about soy oil? Soy lethicin? You did say the protien was the most harmful, but that still leaves a lot of soy out there.
I gave up the bread I liked and the margarine(sniff). It is possible to find bread without soy. Most breakfast cereals have it in it. Use olive oil. Cannola(sp?) is bad too. I should correct myself and say the soy protein is the most harmful if you're allergic, but all of it's probably bad for your thyroid. You even have to watch your vitamins and "healthy stuff". You won't be able to avoid all of it, just do your best. IWL