Sunday, July 5, 2015

Soy In The News

Soy News (June 2015)

Don’t fear fat Soybeans are high in fat compared to other legumes which might deter... 


Functional Fertility Foods

By Robert Greene MD There are few topics as emotionally driven as food choices.... 


Consuming Soy Protein Found to Benefit People with Chronic Kidney Disease

Ankeny, Iowa, June 23,, 2015— A recent statistical analysis of the scientific literature... 


Soy News (April 2015)

Girls consuming soy at a decreased risk of cancer In girls excreting the highest... 


Soy News (March 2015)

Soyfoods protective against gout Gout is estimated to affect about 5% of the middle-aged... 


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Soyfood Recipes, Ideas, and More!

Edamame Gardening 101 Edamame Gardening 101

Edamame Gardening 101 Your vegetable garden is missing something. A “bean on a... 


Spring #SoyInspired Recipes in the latest Vegetarian Times Spring #SoyInspired Recipes in the latest Vegetarian Times

In the April/May 2015 issue of Vegetarian Times you will find two super soy-filled... 


Want protein? Soy has it! Want protein? Soy has it!

Finding Protein in Soy Soy foods tend to be known for their role in heart disease... 


Start adding Soyfoods to your healthy lifestyle today! Start adding Soyfoods to your healthy lifestyle today!

Soyfoods are fascinating to explore and understand. Many of us that grew up in the... 


April 2015: 30 Days of #SoyInspired Tweets and Facebook Posts for #SoyfoodsMonth

April is Soyfoods Month and we have tweets (and Facebook posts) for you! Join us... 


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Soy Good Health Information

Soy News (June 2015)

Don’t fear fat Soybeans are high in fat compared to other legumes which might deter some from eating soyfoods. But as eloquently summarized in an editorial in the Journal of the American Medical Association, dietary fat is not a problem. In fact, vegetable oils are highlighted as being particularly healthy. Soybean oil has advantages over other oils... [Read more of this review]


Functional Fertility Foods

By Robert Greene MD There are few topics as emotionally driven as food choices. For most of us, our dietary choices are guided mostly by our taste preferences, familiarity (think comfort foods), and convenience. In fact, much of what passes as nutritional science in the popular media is incorrect or overstated. As a result, there are often widely... [Read more of this review]


Soy News (April 2015)

Girls consuming soy at a decreased risk of cancer In girls excreting the highest amounts of soybean isoflavones in their urine, blood proteins were changed in a way that suggests cancer risk is decreased. In contrast, in girls excreting the highest amounts of BPA, a compound used in the making of plastic, proteins were changed in a way suggestive of... [Read more of this review]


Soy News (March 2015)

Soyfoods protective against gout Gout is estimated to affect about 5% of the middle-aged and elderly population worldwide. In the United States, the “disease of kings” as it is called affects about eight million American adults. Gout is a type of inflammatory arthritis which leads to substantial morbidity by causing severe pain in the joints.... [Read more of this review]


Soy News (February 2015)

For Women with Breast Cancer, Soy Isoflavones Lower Bone Density but Improve Survival New research from China suggests that in women with breast cancer, soyfoods have anti-estrogenic effects. The results come from the Shanghai Breast Cancer Survival Study. While the hormone estrogen protects bone health, women who ate the most soy in this study had... [Read more of this review]


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