Where Does Soy Come From ?  

Soy is one of the most popular protein substitutes used the world over these days. Tofu, soymilk, soy chunks and soy granules are a few popular soy related products found in the market. Have you ever wondered where soy comes from? Its meaty and grainy texture makes it taste exactly like meat but in reality, it is a plant product. More...

How To Make Soy Aromatherapy Candles ?

How To Make Soy Aromatherapy Candles ?

If you are looking to spend time in a productive manner these holidays, you can make your very own soy aromatherapy candle. For beginners, you can try your hand at soy wax candles kits, which are available readily in the market. Get your hands dirty, try a couple of times before you master the art of candle making.

If you are looking for molded candles that take up different shapes, your first step is to buy different shaped molds. First melt the wax until it reaches 170 degrees Fahrenheit. Read the instructions on the dye carefully before using it. Pour the dye of your favorite color into the waxy mixture. More...

 

 

Negative Effects Of Soy

Negative Effects Of Soy

Soy was primarily grown and cultivated in large numbers for its protein concentration. Initially used in Asia, it has become increasingly popular the world over these days. You can consume it in various forms. Fermented milk is converted into “tofu” while people suffering from lactose intolerance can consume soymilk. It is known to have numerous health benefits. Being a plant food, it is completely devoid of cholesterol. It is also used in baby-processed foods.

Although there are several health benefits, soy as received a lot of opposition from skeptics who believe soy is more harmful than beneficial for humans. Some people find it extremely difficult to digest soy leading to numerous digestive disorders. Others immune system would react in a negative way leading to several allergic reactions in the body. More...

Medicinal Herbs :
•Aloe Vera •Arnica •Artichoke •Asparagus
•Barberry • Basil •Bean •Bindweed
•Buckwheat •Castor Oil •Chamomile • Cider
•Clover •Dandelion •Fennel •Fern
•Garlic •Gentian •Ginseng •Horseradish
•Hot Pepper •Iris •Lavender •Marjoram
•Milk Thistle •Mistletoe •Mullein •Mustard
•Nettle •Onion •Peach •Pumpin
•Rosemary •Sea Buckthorn •Soy •Thyme
•Wheat •Wormwood    

 

 

 

 

    
 
 
 


 

 

 
   
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