Having a grandson who is allergic to soy, this story is extremely important to me. My daughter has completely changed her family lifestyle to exclude any soy in the family diet. Today, my 2 year old grandson is a happy healthy little boy who always asks, "Is this good for me?" before putting anything in his mouth.
By Jeffrey Smith
May 30, 2009
More and more doctors are already prescribing GM-free diets. Dr. Amy Dean, a Michigan internal medicine specialist, and board member of AAEM says, “I strongly recommend patients eat strictly non-genetically modified foods.” Ohio allergist Dr. John Boyles says “I used to test for soy allergies all the time, but now that soy is genetically engineered, it is so dangerous that I tell people never to eat it.” FULL STORY.