Sans Soy! The Truth about Soy and the Human Body

by Paul Chek |   Date Released : 02 Jun 2005
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Paul Chek

About the author: Paul Chek

Internationally acclaimed speaker, consultant and Holistic Health Practitioner Paul Chek, draws upon over twenty-eight years of experience in corrective exercise, high performance conditioning and integrative lifestyle management. Author of six books, over 60 DVDs and numerous correspondence courses and seminars, he has also developed four advanced training programs for professional development in the health and fitness industry. Paul is the founder of the C.H.E.K Institute, based in San Diego, CA which specializes in Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology (www.chekinstitute.com). He is also the creator of the P~P~S Success Mastery Program (www.ppssuccess.com).

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Chek, Paul | 19 Apr 2012, 21:04 PM

Hi, my first suggestion is that you study my two part article series titled, "Vegetarianism Inside-out". The articles are most likely available in the articles section of www.chekconnect.com or in the articles section of my www.ppssuccess.com site. Next, you can look for protein powders created from peas, rice, organic cold processed whey, and eggs if you can consume them. One in your situation has to be very skilled at food combining to get the right balance of amino acids, but with conscious eating and supplementing with concentrated protein sources as suggested above, some can get away with it. Otherwise, to pursue being vegetarian for any reason what so ever is to inflict weakness and weakness upon a human being, making sure there is one less person vital enough to work for positive change in the world.
Love and chi,
Paul Chek

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Peluso, Heatherose | 18 Apr 2012, 19:18 PM

I plan to read How to Eat Move and Be Healthy (in case that's the answer to my question) but if not, what does the religion- or ethic-motivated vegetarian who wants to rid their diet of soy and whey (and can only eat so many beans and lentils in a day) do to get by?

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Swanstrom, Mary | 01 Jun 2010, 21:45 PM

I really appreciate this article and the resources it offers. After checking the ingredients list in my fish oil, I found "contains: fish and soy" after the ingredients, but soy was not listed directly in the ingredients. Should I worry about this soy content? I went to a local natural health store, and found soy was listed in nearly all the fish oil supplements.

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Samuell, Rexx | 20 Aug 2009, 08:02 AM

Thanks, Paul, for the great article. Amazing to see how much soy is present in the food industry.

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Clubley, James | 15 Jun 2009, 04:12 AM

Thanks for this infomation very intresting reading

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Lemme, Max | 10 Apr 2009, 16:16 PM

great artical.

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