JamesS - one of the big issues for me, which you haven't yet addressed, is the high carbohydrate levels of soy. I've given up grains and legumes, partly to help in weight loss and that has been successful. If there is some nutrient that soy provides that I cannot get in a lower carbohydrate food, then maybe I'd consider adding it to my diet. One thing that PB promotes is that grains (and legumes) provide no nutritional benefit that cannot be obtained from other food - the big benefit being that grains and legumes are a cheap, easy source of calories. So, even if the negative data on soy promoted by WAPF and other groups turns out to be false, there is still a good reason to avoid soy, unless someone needs a cheap source of calories - unlikely here in the F(fat)USA.
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