Do Soya Products Contain High Levels Of Aluminium?


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Sudipa Sarkar Profile
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Suprpisngly this is another debatable topic you must come to here now-a-days that whether soya products are really safe for health. People are giving contradictory reports on it, some one is saying it's too high and harmful, like this one which says, 'Aluminum content of soy formula is 10 times greater than milk based formula, and 100 times greater than unprocessed milk.' (Palmer, Gabrielle, "The Politics of Breastfeeding", Pandora Press, London, 1993, p. 310), whereas somebody is also affirming that it is significantly low, somehow considered to be negligible by quoting that it is moderately low than harmful.

Recent research on aluminum concentration in soya milk shows that a significantly high level of aluminum is present in soya milk which can affect an infant greatly through the risk of toxification, and hence producing different life-risk diseases. Though the soya industry is running with great effectivity, so it is quite natural that those people who are maintaining their living on soya industry, needless to say, cannot take this research so positively.
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Currently, over 85 per cent of the soya beans sold around the world is used in vegetable oil production – as well as – within the nutrition industry, where soy proteins and flour are made. 

Such traditional food in Asia as soya cheese, tofu, and soya milk are now accompanied by soya yogurts and extremely popular among vegetarians soya meat. More here

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