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Supplementing Plant-Based Diets with Soy Protein Increases Muscle Mass and Strength Men’s HealthSoy Protein
February 25, 2021

Supplementing Plant-Based Diets with Soy Protein Increases Muscle Mass and Strength

Considerable work has been devoted to determining the optimal protein for building muscle mass and strength in response to resistance exercise training (RET). Until recently, there was a consensus within…

Many Soyfoods Suitable for Low Tyramine Diets Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
February 19, 2021

Many Soyfoods Suitable for Low Tyramine Diets

Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) were first introduced in the 1950s to treat depression.1,2 They are a separate class from other antidepressants, treating different forms of depression as well as other…

Focus on Climate Change Shines a Light on Soyfoods NutritionSoy OilSoy Protein
February 2, 2021

Focus on Climate Change Shines a Light on Soyfoods

As nutrition and sustainability continue to converge, it is important to examine the existing evidence highlighting the environmental benefits of soyfoods. Nutrition is the process of taking in food and…

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