Friday, July 25, 2014

Soy In The News

Let’s Stretch: Hybrid ingredients and protein enhancers can expand your menu in creative ways. | by Rob Benes Let’s Stretch: Hybrid ingredients and protein enhancers can expand your menu in creative ways. | by Rob Benes

Pretty much everyone in the food world is on the lookout for new foods and flavors... 


Plant-based protein moves into the spotlight Plant-based protein moves into the spotlight

Americans must broaden their use of plant-based protein and rethink how they view... 


More Reasons Why Women Can Enjoy Eating Soyfoods More Reasons Why Women Can Enjoy Eating Soyfoods

Ankeny, Iowa, July 10, 2014—Most American women already know that soyfoods are... 


Soy Ingredients are a Growing Trend

According to a New Study, Soy Ingredients are a Growing Trend Ankeny, Iowa, June... 


Thanks to Textured Vegetable Protein, You Don’t Have to Give up Your Budget or Hamburgers Thanks to Textured Vegetable Protein, You Don’t Have to Give up Your Budget or Hamburgers

Don’t let escalating beef prices keep you from eating one of America’s favorite... 


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Soyfood Recipes, Ideas, and More!

Culinary Arts Month: Ask the Chef with Liza Kassim Culinary Arts Month: Ask the Chef with Liza Kassim

July is Culinary Arts Month and we are #SoyInspired by chefs who use soyfoods in... 


The Truth about Soy

Dr. Stephen Chaney of Health Tips from the Professor takes on the truth about soy... 


Tofu and Avocado Rice Bowl Tofu and Avocado Rice Bowl

The Tofu and Avocado Rice Bowl in the May issue of Real Simple is #SoyInspired!  PHOTO: Paul... 


Tempting Tempeh in Saveur Magazine Tempting Tempeh in Saveur Magazine

From Saveur Magazine, on Tempting Tempeh: Though tempeh is often relegated in America... 


Tofu 101 in Every Day with Rachel Ray Tofu 101 in Every Day with Rachel Ray

Every Day with Rachel Ray offers up a great tofu primer: Tofu 101   Photo:... 


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Soy Good Health Information

Soyfoods lower risk of ovarian cancer

Soyfoods lower risk of ovarian cancer The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2014, about 21,980 American women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer and about 14,270 women will die from this disease.   Ovarian cancer ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women, accounting for more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive... [Read more of this review]


Plant-based diets and soy lower blood pressure

Plant-based diets and soy lower blood pressure As many as 67 million American adults, or about one in three adults, have high blood pressure and just as many have prehypertension—blood pressure numbers that are higher than normal—but not yet in the high blood pressure range.  Elevated blood pressure increases risk for heart disease and stroke... [Read more of this review]


Soy Infant Formula Given a Clean Bill of Health

Soy Infant Formula Given a Clean Bill of Health First introduced almost 100 years ago, soy infant formula has been in widespread use since the 1960s. It has been estimated that more than 20 million Americans consumed soy infant formula as babies. Despite this long history of use, questions about the safety of soy infant formula have arisen. They are... [Read more of this review]


Soy and Healthy Diets for Children Soy and Healthy Diets for Children

Soy and Healthy Diets for Children by Mark Messina, PhD, MS Establishing healthful eating habits early in life is important. Childhood eating habits often set the tone for dietary behavior later on in life and because the origin of many chronic diseases occurs well before adulthood, healthful behaviors during childhood and adolescence can affect the... [Read more of this review]


VIDEO: Get the Real Scoop on Soy: The Heart Healthy Choice for Women VIDEO: Get the Real Scoop on Soy: The Heart Healthy Choice for Women

For Heart Health Month the The Soyfoods Council, as part of its #SoyInspired Campaign, held a Live Google+ Hangout on Air: Get the Real Scoop on Soy: The Heart Healthy Choice for Women. You can now watch this informative video, featuring Dr. Mark Messina, Sharon Palmer, RD, and Soyfoods Council executive director Linda Funk here: Be sure to join... [Read more of this review]


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