Sardines in a can is a large international business. A rather cheap alternative for those unable to afford more premium meals. Arriving pre-cooked and sealed in some from of oil or water, this is ideal for anyone who loves sardines. The variety is also smaller or larger and can also be sold in Tomato Sauce or other liquid compliment.
I love the taste of sardines since I was a small child. With only a few simple ingredients, one can enjoy a full blown breakfast or dinner option rather cheaply. With all the talk of healthy eating and healthy living, I began research on just about everything I bought for food. I came across several articles talking about the dangers of Soy and Soybean Oil. One article in particular broke down why soybean oil was so dangerous and why we should avoid it.
There are plenty of other alternatives to soybean or soy products:
Some people dismissed the idea with the fact that the Chinese have been using soybeans and soybean oils for centuries, and surely they would have noticed something bad about it. Both arguments seemed convincing, except for one thing, I never eliminated soy from my diet before, so I had no experience to say yay or nay. So the logical thing I thought was to try removing soy from my diet and see if this health nut of an article writer knew what she was talking about.
I began to realize something rather interesting as I browse through supermarkets looking at each label. Almost every popular item had some version of soy in it. From soybean oil to soy lecithin it seems someone or some companies are hiding it’s effects and issues by even changing the name. Check this out:
Studies can be found at these links:
- Studies Showing the Toxicity of Soy in the US Food & Drug Administration’s Poisonous Plant Database (7.5M PDF) FDASoyReferences
- Studies Showing Adverse Effects of Dietary Soy, 1939-2014
- Studies Showing Adverse Effects of Isoflavones, 1950-2013
The threat seems rather disturbing as the media and governments are lax about reporting the dangers of this ingredients. Corporations large and small continue to inject this disastrous substance in food, which is an unnecessary additive.