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Burger Wars Not Based on Nutritional Science NutritionSoy Protein
September 23, 2020

Burger Wars Not Based on Nutritional Science

Does the number of ingredients in a food determine its nutritional value? That’s the contention of one plant-based burger manufacturer. In an open letter advertised in newspapers including the New…

Is Soy Infant Formula Use Protective Against Breast Cancer? CancerWomen’s Health
August 27, 2020

Is Soy Infant Formula Use Protective Against Breast Cancer?

The historically low incidence rates of breast cancer in soyfood-consuming countries led to initial enthusiasm that soy intake could reduce risk of developing this disease. While appropriate as a basis…

Advantages of Soy Highlighted by the International Lipid Expert Panel Heart HealthMen’s HealthWomen’s Health
July 22, 2020

Advantages of Soy Highlighted by the International Lipid Expert Panel

Soy received a major shout out from Zhubi-Bakija et al.,1 in the form of a position paper written on behalf of the International Lipid Expert Panel, which is comprised of…

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