Written by:Eli Ben-Yehuda, September 17, 2017

In wanting to eat healthier maybe you have decided to add more soy products, like tofu. But is all the soy good for you? 90% of soy today is genetically modified, which kill off the good bacteria in your gut, known as probiotics. Because of the phyto-estrogens and GMOs, soy can actually be extremely harmful for you. Dr. Josh Axe discusses the pros and cons of soy products.

 

 
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