The Weston A. Price Foundation is undertaking a new initiative to investigate instances and arrange possible legal assistance for individuals who believe that they or their child may have suffered serious physical or medical consequences as a result of ingesting one or more products containing soy.
A growing body of credible medical and dietary research suggests that soy products may cause adverse medical and developmental conditions in susceptible persons, especially children – who in some instances may be affected by soy products consumed either by themselves (for instance, in baby formula) or by their mothers prior to giving birth.
The Weston A. Price Foundation is exploring the causal connection between soy and various serious conditions – see attached listing. We have also sought out competent attorneys in the United States and elsewhere, who may develop medical evidence in a number of these cases to pursue damages or other appropriate remedies against the manufacturers and sellers of soy products.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS POSSIBLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO SOY CONSUMPTION
Heart or Liver Disease
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Premature or Delayed Puberty
Auto-Immune Thyroid Disorders (Graves’ or Hashimoto’s Disease)
Other thyroid disorders
SYMPTOMS OF POSSIBLE DISORDERS ATTRIBUTED TO SOY
Always feeling cold or warm
Hair thinning or loss
Lethargy or low blood pressure
Sore bones and joints
Watery or swelling eyes