In many cases, allergic reactions to soy begin with a reaction to soy-based infant formula.
What does SBIF stand for?
SBIF stands for Soy-Based Infant Formula (lactose intolerance)
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- Small Business Institute Directors Association (Clinton, MS)
- Sentinel Byte Integrated Database
- Saudi Building Industries Exhibition
- Small Business Integration Engine (software)
- Suicide Bomber Improvised Explosive Device
- Seminar on Bayesian Inference in Econometrics and Statistics
- Small Business Ideas Forum (www.smallbusinessbrief.com/forum)
- Small Business Innovation Fund (Australia)
- Small Business Investment Fund (various organizations)
- South Bound Interface
- Suction Blister Interstitial Fluid
- Superintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras (Spanish: Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions; Chile)
- Swiss Bond Index Foreign (mutual fund)
- Santa Barbara International Film Festival
- Salomon Broad Investment Grade Index
- Santa Barbara Instrument Group (California)
- Shaheen Business and Investment Group
- Shahid Bakeri Industrial Group (Iran)
- Shell Beach Improvement Group (Shell Beach, CA)
- Social Behavior Interest Group (Ohio)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Soy-based infant formula contains high levels of isoflavones, estrogen-like compounds that have been shown to induce changes in sexually dimorphic behaviors in animals exposed during early development.
In the same FSA board meeting, which took place on May 8th, FSA said only that one of the agency's executives has written to the Department of Health about a review of their advice on soy-based infant formula feeding; that information based on the findings of the Phytoestrogens and Health report is being made available to consumers and that the FSA will be considering the COT recommendations for further research on phytoestrogens.
Soy excess Large doses of the estrogen-like hormones in soybeans and soy-based infant formulas weakened the immune systems of mice (161: 325 *).
Research on thyroid and reproductive disorders, as well as rising concerns over genetically engineered (GE) soybeans, suggests soy-based infant formula could be setting up your baby for a triple whammy.
Among the products tested and found to contain GMO ingredients are soy-based infant formulas, soy burger products, tortilla chips, taco shells and corn muffin mixes.
Soy-based infant formulas are known to contain appreciable amounts of isoflavones .