"If you were to carefully review the thousands of studies published on soy, I strongly believe you would reach the same conclusion as I have—which is, the risks of consuming unfermented soy products FAR outweigh any possible benefits.
Notice I said unfermented soy products."
How do you not understand that those two opening sentences in the article make it crystal clear that Mercola is warning about the dangers of non-fermented soy?
And again Mercola failed to mention that many of the things he was worried about were inactivated by cooking, which soy is rarely eaten raw.
And Mercola also stated many other misleading and outright wrong claims as was shown with real evidence.
And Mercola cannot even get his story straight as I pointed out in my response:
"In addition Mercola refers to flax seeds as "a wonderful food". Yet flax seed is over 200 times higher in the phytoestrogens that he calls a toxin and goitrogen than soy. In addition flax contains toxic and goitrogenic cyanogens. So why the double standard?"
Yet some people will believe anything they read on the Internet as long as it fits their agenda while ignoring all the real evidence and facts.