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#202010 07/22/05 10:58 AM
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how tolerable is soy milk? im wondering what would most people on nsd/lsd handle best, soy milk or cow's milk? why does it say on the list of starch in foods that soy milk contains no starch, if we're not allowed to have it?
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Those who are lactose intolerant shouldn't drink cows milk but soya milk should be ok.


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Depends on the brand, how it is processed, what ELSE they stick in it besides water and soybeans,(like sugar, guar gums, calcium carbonate, weirdo flavorings...all those wonderful things) and how you as an individual handle tofu type products.

In other words, I put a little Soy Dream Original Enriched in my tea, but have absolutely NO luck with Silk brand at all. Which means if I get anything at Starbucks' I'm screwed.

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Hey Alicia,

We have bought soy milk that contained only blended organic soy beans and other "safe" ingredients no dodgy additives but it tested positive for starch - perhaps it's the soy beans themselves that are starchy. Dunno.

Maybe you could experiment for yourself and see how you feel.

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thank you everyone! thats a great help. i bought some soy milk today, one that only has soy beans and sugar in it, and so far i've been okay. i will be so unutterably happy to be able to add soy milk to my diet! (is there actually a brand that doesnt have ANY additives like sugar, etc. in it)
the reason why i thought i might be able to have it, is cos ive been eating quite a lot of miso soup lately, and it hasnt had any bad affects on me. if thats made from soybeans, why couldnt i tolerate soy milk? we shall see.
thanks again!
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>> the reason why i thought i might be able to have it, is cos ive been eating quite a lot of
>> miso soup lately, and it hasnt had any bad affects on me.

Miso is fermented, hence the starch has been converted and therefore no longer a problem (although might need to check for other starchy additives?). Same story with soy sauce - fermentation of starches renders it safe.

With tofu the starch and crude fibre content are removed, and we can eat that safely.

Soy beans are otherwise unsafe as they are starchy. I have tried soy milk before and found it to be unsafe, but not every manufacturer uses the same processing methods .. so make sure you test a little soy milk with iodine.

A few months back someone was making smoothies by sticking fruit and desert tofu (very very soft tofu) into a blender. Maybe you can try something like that..


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that someone was me! hehe they're really good too!
ive been having soy milk lately, tried it first time a couple of days ago and so far so good. thank God! i can have lattes once again!
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