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Decades of Research Show Soy Protein Lowers LDL-Cholesterol Heart HealthSoy Protein
July 25, 2019

Decades of Research Show Soy Protein Lowers LDL-Cholesterol

Two newly published analyses support the efficacy of soy protein for lowering blood cholesterol levels.1,2 Published in top tier peer-reviewed nutrition and medical journals, the combined research directly addresses recent…

A women flexing her arm CancerWomen’s Health
June 18, 2019

Skeletal Benefits of Soy

There may be two important reasons for women with breast cancer to consume soy. The skeletal benefits of soy have been investigated in earnest for 30 years. Attention focused first…

Growth Potential for Soy in Hybrid Meats Heart HealthNutritionSoy ProteinWomen’s Health
June 11, 2019

Growth Potential for Soy in Hybrid Meats

The movement toward plant-based diets suggests that soy consumption will grow, despite increasing competition, as will the number of new soy products entering the marketplace. In fact, within just the…

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