Sorry I offended...here is another FYI, in 2008 over 90% of soybeans contained Monsanto's patented gene. Probably more now.These soybeans were developed to resist the application of ROUNDUP. It seems to me that because so much of our food supply contains a soybean and/or corn (another GMO) product, whether you are vegetarian or not, you are eating something that is very hard to digest...in a variety of sources. No wonder there are so many commercials for indigestion, heartburn or GERD and constipation. Whatever you want to call the disorder...IT IS MY PERSONAL OPINION that the FDA (Fool and Deceive Agency) is responsible for approving all kinds of ingredients in our food supply, medications, and even supplements that have contributed to the health care crisis. Then they want more money to do more research to fix the very ailments they could very well be contributing to. No one has reported this but the evidence seems clear to me by my personal application.View Thread
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