VeganHealth Update: Hexane in Soy

 
Just added two links to both Soy What’s the Harm: Hexane and Response to Not Soy Fast:

Hexane in Soy Food – Berkeley Wellness | May 01, 2012
Do Veggie Burgers Contain Hexane? – Shereen Jegtvig, MS | Updated Feb 07, 2014

Thanks, Brenda!

2 Responses to “VeganHealth Update: Hexane in Soy”

  1. Dan Says:

    Hi Jack,

    I would like your opinion on whether this product (vegan paté) is healthy to eat:

    http://www.fontainesante.com/en/products/vegepates/vege-pate-traditional

    The website here does not include the ingredients but if memory serves, the main ingredients are sunflower seeds, soy sauce and sodium chloride (about 300 mg per 1/4 package). No cholesterol and no trans fats in this. I assume the 7 g of unsaturated fat is largely coming from the sunflower seeds (so: omega-6′s and omega-9′s).

    Thanks!

  2. Jack Norris RD Says:

    Hi Dan,

    > http://www.fontainesante.com/en/products/vegepates/vege-pate-traditional

    It seems fine to me. Of course, everything you eat shouldn’t have 300 mg per serving of sodium, but I look at an entire day’s worth of sodium more than an individual food’s to see if I’m keeping it low enough.

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