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Patients on Warfarin Can Consume Soyfoods Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
July 1, 2020

Patients on Warfarin Can Consume Soyfoods

The connection between the blood thinner warfarin and the consumption of soyfoods is by no means an obvious one. But from time to time, questions about this relationship arise, as…

Data Indicate Soy Consumption Does Not Feminize Men Men’s HealthUncategorized
June 23, 2020

Data Indicate Soy Consumption Does Not Feminize Men

Overwhelming evidence indicates that neither soy, nor the isoflavones in soy, feminize men when consumed as part of a healthy lifestyle. In 2018, meta-analysis of 30 observational studies found that…

Soyfoods and the Protein Leverage Hypothesis NutritionObesitySoy Protein
June 1, 2020

Soyfoods and the Protein Leverage Hypothesis

Could a higher protein diet be a key to solving the obesity epidemic? If so, soyfoods have a role to play given their high protein content. Approximately 25 to 45…

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