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Hi, can I ask if Soya beans (edamame) fall into the category of Soy products to avoid? Thank you, just a little confused???

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Sinéad Lyons
about 2 years

Well the edamame are soy beans autieflipper but they are at different stages of maturity and therefore the processing etc used is different and is healthier choice than soy beans which tend to me more mass produced and processed. So only if intolerant would you need to avoid both

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autieflipper
about 2 years

Madeleine but adamane beans are soy beans cos I can't use them

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Madeleine Shaw
about 2 years

Edamame is better than soy beans as they are less refined and have are less GM! Xx

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jophillips73
about 2 years

Thanks Gemma x

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Gemma Johnson
about 2 years

I love them, They are natural and full of nutrients so unless you have intolerance I'd say dig in!

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jophillips73
about 2 years

Thank you Tinisha x

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tinisha
about 2 years

If they're organic I'd say they're OK, non-organic are not good for you thou.
See what Madeleine says xx

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jophillips73
about 2 years

Thanks, I am not Soy intolerant but have been reading Madeleine's book and it advises against soy milk as it isn't fermented. So I just wanted to check the nutrition behind soy beans in their natural state and whether or not these are ok???

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autieflipper
about 2 years

If soy intolerant like me I can't have