Break. I was walking-though my links and I found from Jeff’s blog a post on tofu claiming that it may increase the risk of dementia - a progressive decline in cognitive function resulting from brain damage or disease at a rate higher than normally caused by aging, the post claimed. Is this the reason why yogist is sharping their cognitive function via meditation? Just asking :-). The culprit is, according to a study, the soya. If this is truth gospel, science is indeed making new discoveries.
I love tofu as alternative to meat. In the past I made sure that we had stock of tofu in our refrigerator. Our yogist friends during the 90s would regularly provide us our favorite vegetarian recipes that we always love to have for our lunch at the office. In various occasions, I would visit their feasts in one of their places in
We or I, for that matter, patronized their food aside from their peanut products, etc. In fact, for a year, I cut consumption on pork and chicken meat convinced that it would do great to my health. I still do believe in it. I believed that my mental alertness and reflexes were working just fine. I even thought I could quickly escape from an attack of a raging wild bull. LOL.
I am a vegetarian but in a sense that I love to eat vegetables side-by-side with pork. Truth is that we get lots of health problems from eating too much meat. That is sad about meat as does the study on tofu's impact on the mental process when it said that “high tofu consumption - at least once a day - was linked to worse memory, particularly among the over-68s.” Well, visit his blog for other details.
The photo is lifted from same blog.