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Mleko sojowe

25.05.08, 14:39
Słyszałam różne opinie na temat mleka sojowego. Niektórzy twierdzą ,że jest
najzdrowsze, inni zaś odwrotnie. Jak jest naprawdę? Czy mogę zmienić zwykłe
krowie mleko na mleko sojowe?
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  • 25.05.08, 15:08
    kadarka86 napisała:

    > Słyszałam różne opinie na temat mleka sojowego. Niektórzy twierdzą ,że jest
    > najzdrowsze, inni zaś odwrotnie. Jak jest naprawdę? Czy mogę zmienić zwykłe
    > krowie mleko na mleko sojowe?

    Nie zamieniaj, chyba, że jesteś po menopauzie.

    Optymus
  • 25.05.08, 20:13
    do menopauzy jeszcze mi daleko ;P ale dlaczego nie zamieniać? możesz podać
    konkretne powody?Dodam,że chcę "wyrzucić" ze swojego menu nabiał i mięso.
  • 25.05.08, 21:28
    kadarka86 napisała:

    > do menopauzy jeszcze mi daleko ;P ale dlaczego nie zamieniać? możesz podać
    > konkretne powody?Dodam,że chcę "wyrzucić" ze swojego menu nabiał i mięso.

    Po pierwsze WSZYSTKIE przetwory z soi w Polsce są z soi genetycznie
    modyfkowanej. Co z tego będzie (a jesteś jeszcze młoda) może okazać się dopiero
    w przyszłości. Z pewnością byłoby mądrzej po prostu nie ryzykować, ale...
    kowalem swego zycia każdy bywa sam, Ty też. :-)

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    I jeszcze ponad 30 prac naukowych, które niczego dobrego o soi nie mówią, ale..
    decyzja jest Twoja, bo nawet jeśli ktoś za chwilę przedstawi 50 prac piejacych z
    zachwytu, to dla mnie większe znaczenie miałyby te pierwsze.

    Opt

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