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Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
March 29, 2019

Interpreting Epidemiologic Studies

Epidemiologic findings form the basis for much of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines. But sometimes, common sense isn’t applied to the interpretation of the results of epidemiologic studies. That clearly is…
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CancerWomen’s Health
March 26, 2019

Pilot Study: Soybean Oil Alleviates Cancer-Related Fatigue

Researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center recently reported that supplementing the diet with soybean oil significantly reduces fatigue in breast cancer survivors.1  Although a pilot trial, these new…
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CancerMen’s Health
March 26, 2019

New Insights About Soy and Prostrate

Men who regularly consume soy are less likely to develop prostate cancer than men who don’t.  New research from Ohio State University provides one reason why that might be the…
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Cancer
February 15, 2019

Soy, High-Phytate Foods May Help Prevent Cancer

The high phytate content of soy and plant-based diets might help to prevent the development of cancer. That speculation could be drawn from the publication of a case report in…
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Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
January 24, 2019

Soy Improves Cognition, Recent Studies Indicate

Just about a year ago, this blog (https://thesoynutritioninstitute.com/can-soy-improve-cognitive-function/) addressed the relationship between soy and cognitive function, a controversial topic given some of the older epidemiologic findings.1,2 The blog post ended…
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Women’s Health
January 3, 2019

Soy Formula and Menstrual Pain: A Look at the Evidence

Despite being widely commercially available for decades and having been used by as many as 20 million Americans during infancy, the advantages and disadvantages of soy infant formula (SIF) have…
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