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September 17, 2018

Building Muscle? Protein Blends That Include Soy May Be Advantageous Over Single Proteins

A novel finding that soy protein and whey protein increase the size of different types of muscle fibers suggests that a combination of these two proteins may be a more…

A Closer Look: Impact of Soy Infant Formula On Growth and Development Nutrition
August 17, 2018

A Closer Look: Impact of Soy Infant Formula On Growth and Development

There has been a lot of discussion of late about the impact of soy infant formula (SIF) on growth and development, primarily because soyfoods, including SIF, are uniquely-rich sources of…

A New Take on Phytate Cancer
July 11, 2018

A New Take on Phytate

New research suggests phytate, an “anti-nutrient” found in soybeans and other legumes, may reduce the risk of developing colon cancer. Most plant foods contain multiple compounds historically classified as antinutrients…

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