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Prison Soy Lawsuit explained on Blog Talk Radio

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Prisoners Need Your Help to Stop the Soy Food Diet

Last evening, Monda Williams, a Blog Talk Radio Host interviewed me, a former Illinois prison inmate and Dr. Kaayla Daniel, author of the Whole Soy Story–The Darkside of America’s Favorite Health Food. The hour long show explored the overfeeding of soy protein isolate in prison dietary programs, and the Weston A. Price Foundation’s support of the prisoners seeking an injunction against the soy food diet.

Here is a link to the show. Please share this with others to help educate them about the perils of modern soy foods.

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mondawilliams/2010/09/08/high-soy-rations-torture-prisoners-nutrition-exper

Kimberly Hartke is the Publicist for the Weston A. Price Foundation, a nutrition education non-profit.

If you are concerned and want to get involved, for more details and sample letters, please visit the Westonaprice.org press room.

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Comments

  1. Great interview, Kimberly!

    Torturing prisoners by poisoning them with huge overdoses of soy is inhuman, barbaric, and unconstitutional. It is despicable that all the so–called civil rights and anti- torture organizations have remained silent. Only the Weston A Price Foundation has had the courage and just plain human decency to oppose this.

    The Weston A Price foundation is the best organization in the world.

  2. nellbeer@hotmail.com says:

    Could you have a print version for those of us who don’t have broadband, direct or satelite? ( I live in a rural area and the first two are not available; the last is both unreliable and too expensive.) It takes about 40 minutes to download a 2 minute video and it usually locks up my keyboard and I have to crash the computer to continue using it. I’d really like to see the content. Thanks

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