According to an article on healthline, soya beans are good for your health in many ways, but some people should cut back on how much they eat. This article will talk about three reasons why some people shouldn't regularly eat soy beans. These are some of them:
1. It makes some people's thyroids work less well.
Some people whose thyroids don't work as well because they eat too many soy beans. This can cause a medical condition called hypothyroidism, in which the thyroid doesn't make enough hormones. If you aren't careful, you could end up with a thyroid that is too big.
2. Some people may have gas and bowel movements
It's important to know that soy beans have insoluble fibers, which can make some people have gas and diarrhea. Soy beans should not be eaten by people with irritable bowel syndrome.
3. Some people might have reactions to allergens
Some people may be allergic to soy beans because of two soy proteins called glycinin and conglycinin. If you feel bad after taking soy beans, you shouldn't take them again.
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