We’d be much better off subsidizing carrot farmers. It’s their own choice. There is an obesity/healthcare epidemeic yet we subsidize corn/sugar/grain industries. [/quote] [quote]SteelyD wrote: If there is an actual demand for these products in the market there would be no need for subsidies. We’d be much better off subsidizing carrot farmers. Pollan talks/writes a ton about the issue with subsidies and pushes a return to good old fashioned healthful eating. [quote]paulieserafini wrote: Soybeans – which are related to clover, peas and alfalfa – are incredibly versatile as a food, but they are also used in thousands of products such as soaps, cosmetics, plastics, clothing, inks, glues, lubricants, coatings and insulation. 14304. Most store bought junk food that touts it’s protein content refers to soy protein, yet never seems to actually mention the type by name. We’d be much better off subsidizing carrot farmers. Suite 6-168
Would be happy to address in PWI forum. Soy lecithin is often used in chocolate, margarine and cheeses to keep their ingredients from separating and clumping. Thanks for clarifying I thought I was getting shitty phytoestrogens in everything … I saw a video where the person talking (I forget his name/gig), but he said something to the effect that the US Govt has it completely backward (go figure). Seriously the ingredient label on almost any product says contains soy or something similar. WHY?? Subsidizing the wrong foods is having really bad health consequences on the American taxpayer. Niagara Falls, NY
It's literally in stuff that it doesn't need to be in. Box 1042
www.decodingdelicious.com/soy-lecithin-why-is-it-in-everything Besides a remarkable flexibility, soybeans are also one of the most inexpensive crops to grow, and they can thrive in a wide variety of climates. WHY?? Probably Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma and In Defense of Food.