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Women’s Health
January 16, 2018

Better Skin Possible with Soy, Research Shows

Soy intake is linked with a wide variety of health benefits. Evidence supporting specific benefits ranges from solid (heart disease) to speculative (prostate cancer). One proposed benefit that has received…

Soy Protein
December 28, 2017

Soyfoods: Part of a Comprehensive Approach to Lowering Chronic Disease Risk

  A systematic review and meta-analysis published by Canadian researchers highlights the important role plant protein, and in particular soy protein, can have in reducing risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).1…

Women’s Health
December 21, 2017

Isoflavones, Compounded Bioidentical Hormones, and the Alleviation of Menopausal Symptoms

Soyfoods and the isoflavones isolated from soybeans, which are available in supplement form, are one of several nonhormonal treatments for hot flashes. These types of “alternative treatments” are especially popular…

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Soy Connection Facts vs. Myths

Soy Connection Facts vs. Myths

2017 Facts vs. Myths from the United Soybean Board and the Soy Nutrition Institute

The 2016 Soyfoods Guide

The 2016 Soyfoods Guide

2016 Soyfoods Guide from the United Soybean Board

Soy Men’s Health

Soy Men’s Health

Learn about soy and men's health

Soy Children’s Health

Soy Children’s Health

Soy foods and children's health

Soy for Heart Health

Soy for Heart Health

Soyfoods can make important contributions to heart-healthful diets

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Soy Women’s Health

Facts about soy and women's health

Soy Myths and Facts

Soy Myths and Facts

Discussing myths and facts about soy

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