Kyle and her husband moved to Brookfield in 1986. She became active in local politics and started blogging in 2004. Her focus is primarily on local issues but often includes state and national topics, too. Kyle looks at things from the taxpayers' perspective in a creative, yet down to earth way, addressing them from a practical point of view.
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2000/02/13/soy-thyroid-disease.aspx Soy formula and effects of isoflavones on Thyroid
I don't recommend either, but if one, for whatever reason, cannot breast feed, then Carnation Good Start until six months and Carnation FollowUp after that seem to be the best commercial formula currently available. The milk protein is hydrolyzed 80% which tends to significantly decrease its allergenicity.
It is also important to note that when breast feeding it is wise to avoid drinking milk as it has been shown for several decades that the milk will pass directly into the breast milk which can cause potential problems in the infant.
Weston A. Price Foundation to FDA: Soy is no health food http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2008/3/6/weston-a-price-foundation-to-fda-soy-is-no-health-food.aspx
6. Which types of soy are acceptable? Aren't some types of fermented soy (natto, tempeh, miso) healthy?
I personally eat old-fashioned fermented soy products such as miso, tempeh, natto, shoyu and tamari and believe they can be healthy in the context of a varied diet. Tofu is a precipitated product and less healthy, but I still enjoy it occasionally at vegetarian potlucks. Edamame--the green immature soybeans--contains fewer of the toxins found in the mature beans and so can be eaten occasionally. People who are not allergic or sensitized to soy can consume these whole soy products safely at the levels eaten traditionally in Asia, which is to say in small amounts as condiments, not staples.
Soy sprouts, by the way, are not healthy. Short-term germination increases the strength of soy's antinutrient fractions. In contrast, long-term sprouting plus fermentation will decrease and nearly eliminate them. Soy sprouts are mentioned in historical accounts as useful, sometime pharmaceuticals, not as a daily food.
7 It's the damage from soy formula that may be irreversible. A crucial time for the programming of the human reproductive system is right after birth--the very time when many non-breastfed babies get bottle after bottle of soy formula. Normally during this period, the baby's body surges with natural estrogens, testosterone and other hormones needed to program the newborn's reproductive system to mature from infancy through puberty and into adulthood.
http://www.mercola.com/2004/jan/21/soy.htm According to lipid specialist and nutritionist Mary Enig,
PhD, "The reason there’s so much soy in America
is because they [the soy industry] started to plant soy to
extract the oil from it and soy oil became a very large industry.
Once they had as much oil as they did in the food supply they
had a lot of soy protein residue left over, and since they
can’t feed it to animals, except in small amounts, they
had to find another market."