BBC News – July 4, 2008:

Eating high levels of some soy products – including tofu – may raise the risk of memory loss, research suggests.

The study focused on 719 elderly Indonesians living in urban and rural regions of Java.

The researchers found high tofu consumption – at least once a day – was associated with worse memory, particularly among the over-68s.

Soy products are a major alternative protein source to meat for many people in the developing world.

But soy consumption is also on the increase in the west, where it is often promoted as a “superfood”.

  1. Jethro says:

    Eating dem crazy cows gives ya mad cow desease and eating that darn tofu shit gives you dementia. Whats a feller surposed to eat for god sakes.

  2. deowll says:

    If they are packing the crap in poison why bother to write the article? Sure, eating poison is bad for you brain. Who would have thunk it?

    I like beans but you have to draw the line somewhere and tofu seems like a good place to put a line. It tasted as good as a wet paper box.

  3. Rick Cain says:

    They left out the part that says most of American tofu is made of Genetically Modified soybeans.
    Some frog genes or C2 pesticide with your tofu?

  4. Brandon Bachman says:

    ^ Just won the thread.

    I never touched Tofu. My opinion of Tofu is when you subtract the “To”.

    Or better yet, let’s break that up…

    To F U

    Muhaha. Never eat it. It wants to fux ya.


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