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  1. Dianne Says:

    Menopausal Women Can Lose Weight By Removing Soy From Diet

    Women have been obsessed with their weight for years. They try one fad diet after another, only to gain back the pounds, plus some!

    I never had a weight problem, always ate everything in moderation, played racquetball 3 times a week, and was so uncomfortable for eight years! My weight climbed from 118lbs to 150lbs! Blood work revealed nothing!

    Doctors said “it’s menopause” and to increase my soy intake. I had soy protein drinks for breakfast, soy protein bars for a snack, and a healthy dinner – so I thought.

    In 2003, I developed a severe allergy to soy (the anaphylactic shock type) and spent 4 days in the ICU. Doctors said it was food poisoning – it wasn’t! It was an allergy to soy!

    I had a soy veggie burger for dinner the night before – and that’s what did me in! My body had enough. I was lucky I didn’t develop a thyroid problem!

    I read that Oprah has a thyroid problem—she’s a big promoter of soy, and I believe that is what caused her problem. Did you know that Dr. Christiane Northrup, author of “Wisdom of Menopause” also has a thyroid problem? She too promotes soy – and counsels Oprah. Is this a coincidence?

    Soy is in practically everything and it’s nothing but cheap filler. Did you know that it may be the cause of osteoporosis, thyroid disease, and could enhance the growth of tumors in cancer survivors?

    There are many ingredients that you need to learn about because the label won’t always tell you. You need to know what to look for. It’s in vegetable oils, most canned tunas, cereals, and processed foods, just to name a few.

    I am living proof that it works because within eight months I lost the 35 pounds that I put on in the eight years I complained to doctors about. And, to this day, I maintain a weight of 117 pounds.

    Test my theory and see if you don’t feel better.

    When you read my story and the research that went into creating the book, “The Hidden Dangers of Soy” you’ll be amazed as what you will learn.

    And, now I would like you to claim your free chapter of where the soy is hidden and also receive soy free recipes.

    Dianne Gregg, author of “The Hidden Dangers of Soy” decided to write this book after developing a severe allergy to soy and nearly dying. She has done extensive research on this subject and wanted to share this crucial information to protect your health. The fact of the matter is that soy is not the “health food” it’s cracked up to be.

    Listen to Dianne on the radio Tuesdays, 4pm – 5pm EST interviewing experts in the health and wellness industry.

  2. Barbara O'Brien Says:

    Women Health Care Blog,

    My name is Barbara O’ Brien and my blogging at The Mahablog, Crooks and Liars, AlterNet, and elsewhere on the progressive political and health blogophere has earned me the notoriety of being a panelist at the Yearly Kos Convention and a featured guest blogger at the Take Back America Conference in Washington, DC.

    I’m contacting you because I found your site in a health reform blog search and want to tell you about my newest blogging platform —the public concern of health care and its reform. Our shared concerns include health reform, tort reform, public health, safe workplaces, and asbestos contamination.

    If you’re confused by the nation’s debate over health care reform, you are not alone. While nearly everyone agrees our health care system is in trouble, the nation is nearly at war with itself over what to do about it. Some say the entire system needs to be overhauled. Others urge caution, pointing to the costs of reform and warning of high taxes and “big government.”

    To increase awareness on these important issues, my goal is to get a resource link on your site or even allow me to provide a guest posting. Please contact me back, I hope to hear from you soon. Drop by our site in the meantime.


    Barbara O’ Brien

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