When the lecithin is extracted from the soy it's not a problem. There are lots of things you wouldn't eat from which useful things are extracted and the poisonous stuff thrown away.
Read the article I posted previously in this thread about the palmitate business versus the oxydized vitamin C
True, like nattokinase from bacteria grown in soy.
I did read the article and comments on the blog post at the link. I noticed a few reservations expressed about large doses of DHA. I think this is the paper referred to in one of the blog posts:
Added: Also found calcium ascorbate in bulk here at $45/kilo (_http://purebulk.com/calcium-ascorbate-powder.html)
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The only thing that seems to offer a way out is simply to observe the phenomena and compare the perceptions with a lot of other folks and try to narrow down the "constant" that is present in all of them. In this way, we can have a closer idea of what the Third Man REALLY is, and what he is REALLY doing, and what then, should be our best response. And, of course, "observing phenomena" means, in its most literal sense, to gain and gather knowledge of every form and sort so that one has a sufficient database from which to draw conclusions about observations of one's environment.