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TRI-STATE Baking Company, L.L.C. Issues Allergy Alert On Undeclared Soy Flour, Soy Lecithin, And/Or Milk In Product by FDA Posted Thu 05 May 2011 11:45pm FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms involved as a service to consumers, the media, and other interested parties. FDA does not endorse either the product or the company. Contact: 1-800-234-3661 ext.7848 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - May 5th, 2011 - Tri-State Bakery, L.L.C. ... Read on »
What Is Soy Lecithin And Why Is It In My Chocolate? by Fran K. Patient Expert Posted Fri 03 Oct 2008 9:40am When I pick up a chocolate product and read the ingredients list, I’m usually just checking to see what sweetener has been used. So when a friend of mine asked what soy lecithin is (because it’s in just about every bar of chocolate), I shrugged and said I had no idea. But now I can’t stop noticing it. Soy lecithin really is in a lot of chocol ... Read on »
TALK TO ME TUESDAYS- WHAT IS SOY LECITHIN? by Veggin' Out With Christa Facebook Posted Tue 17 Aug 2010 3:41am Hey folks, Welcome to this edition of Talk To Me Tuesdays! Today's question is, "What is Soy Lecithin"? I'm sure you may have picked up a package with this ingredient listed more than once. Soy Lecithin shows up in many processed foods. JJ and I were in the store yesterday and he was contemplating purchasing something that contained Soy Le ... Read on »
You Ask, I Answer: Soy Lecithin by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 03 Mar 2009 2:08pm What exactly is soy lecithin and why is it added to foods? Should I be concerned about it? -- Dennise O'Grady Bay Head, NJ Soy lecithin is a byproduct of refined soy or sunflower oils. It is mainly used as an emulsifier and stabilizer in foods as well as to provide better textures to powdered beverage mixes, salad dressings, and ... Read on »
You Ask, I Answer: Soy Lecithin by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 13 Nov 2009 10:00pm What exactly is soy lecithin and why is it added to foods? Should I be concerned about it? – Dennise O’Grady Bay Head, NJ Soy lecithin is a byproduct of refined soy or sunflower oils. It is mainly used as an emulsifier and stabilizer in foods as well as to provide better textures to powdered beverage mixes, salad dressings, and l ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Soy Lecithin, Healthy Fat Alternatives, Wasted Workouts, and Magic Grapefruit by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 02 May 2011 12:21pm Things got a little heated regarding the milligrams of evil soy lecithin used as in emulsifier in most dark chocolates in last week’s Dear Mark post , so before launching into today’s questions and answers, let’s go over that. Soy lecithin is simply the byproduct of soy oil extraction. It’s not hydrogenated soybean oil, folks allergic to soy ca ... Read on »
The Christie Cookie Company Issues Allergy Alert On Undeclared Eggs, Soy Lecithin, Wheat and Milk On The Labels Of the Following by FDA Posted Fri 19 Aug 2011 5:58pm FDA posts press releases and other notices of recalls and market withdrawals from the firms involved as a service to consumers, the media, and other interested parties. FDA does not endorse either the product or the company. Contact: Consumer: Bob Turner 615-242-3817   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - August 19, ... Read on »
China Soy Lecithin by Jan Posted Mon 06 Sep 2010 12:00am With over 5,000 years of soybean cultivation, China is widely considered as the home of the oil crop. And as an important derivative of soybean, lecithin production also forms a significant percentage of China's industry. Lecithin China is a phospholipid that is derived chiefly from soybean. It is comprised mainly of neutral and polar lip ... Read on »
Little boys developing breasts? The Soy Controversy by The Savvy Sister Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Mon 21 Feb 2011 12:00am The soy bean… Part of the legume family, it is a perfect plant that provides humans with the protein they need without  the use of animal products.  Soy crops outnumbered wheat crops in this country by 1.3 billion (yes BILLION) bushels, and if you are influenced by what the media is feeding us, you might think that soy is a wonder-food, ... Read on »
Soy: Beneficial or Dangerous? by WellnessPossibilities Patient ExpertHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Mon 21 Sep 2009 10:15pm 1 Comment By Carol Harblin (CHHC) We all know that anything in grand amounts is not healthy. But what's the scoop on soy? Soy has its good points. But needless to say, we've heard rumors about soy and how it may be more detrimental. We are just not getting the facts straight because we tend to hear rumors and pieces of information from other source ... Read on »