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Consuming Soy During Pregnancy May Benefit Child Women’s Health
April 13, 2021

Consuming Soy During Pregnancy May Benefit Child

Research increasingly points to myriad ways in which maternal dietary intake potentially impacts the health of offspring.1-3 However, despite the large amount of information about the health effects of soyfood…

Observational Studies Can Point the Way, but Only Clinical Trials Can Prove Causality NutritionSoy Protein
April 7, 2021

Observational Studies Can Point the Way, but Only Clinical Trials Can Prove Causality

New observational data by Wang et al.1 highlight the health benefits of fruits and vegetables. These foods are known for being sources of vitamins and minerals and for their phytochemical…

New Dietary Guidelines Say Soymilk Only Suitable Alternative to Cow’s Milk Nutrition
March 18, 2021

New Dietary Guidelines Say Soymilk Only Suitable Alternative to Cow’s Milk

Over the past decade there has been rigorous discussion of the role of non-dairy plant milks (NDPM) in the diet. Many reviews comparing the nutrient content of NDPM with cow’s…

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