Week 6

Avoid

Replace With

SOY:
Tofu, hydrolyzed soy protein,

Soy Sauce, other sauces with soy in it (check labels)

Ground Beef from Fast Food restaurants has soy in it

SOY Milk Products

Edamame

Most Protein bars and shakes

(90% of Soy in America is Genetically Modified and it produces estrogen-like effects in the body = especially bad for males)

Real Animal Protein:
Organic, Grass-fed Beef/Bison
Free-Range Poultry and Eggs
Organic Lamb
Wild-Caught Seafood

Organic (Raw if possible) Full-Fat Dairy or if you are lactose intolerant try So Delicious Organic Unsweetened Coconut Milk – find it in next to the dairy in the refrigerated grocery section.

*Organic & Gluten Free Soy Sauce is fine in moderation because it is fermented = the properties are different than non-fermented soy = The brand San J makes a good one

Larabars don’t have soy in them – they are one of the few “processed foods” that I purchase

Make your own smoothies at home with full-fat organic yogurt or request to leave the soy out at smoothie places (I tell them I have a soy allergy)

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