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Woman Preparing Soy Infant Formula At Table.
Children's HealthEndocrine Function
August 1, 2022

New Research Published on Soy Infant Formula

Sales and prescription data indicate that specialized infant formulas have become much more common in the United Kingdom, Norway, and Australia over the past two decades.1 In contrast, there has…
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CancerChildren's Health
June 1, 2022

Can Childhood Soy Consumption Decrease Risk of Breast Cancer?

In 1995, Lamartiniere et al.1,2 proposed that the isoflavone genistein when consumed early in life reduces risk of developing breast cancer later in life. Over the past nearly 30 years,…
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Soybeans poised to help address the caloric and protein needs of a growing global population
News ReleaseProtein
May 17, 2022

Soybeans poised to help address the caloric and protein needs of a growing global population

As the global population continues to increase, world leaders and scientific researchers alongside U.S. farmers strive to identify ways to feed our growing populace. In a new “Perspective” published in…
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Effects on Markers of CVD: Soybean Oil on Par with High Oleic Oils
Heart HealthOil
May 4, 2022

Effects on Markers of CVD: Soybean Oil on Par with High Oleic Oils

Given its huge role in the U.S. and global food supply, the amount of human research on the health effects of soybean oil that has been conducted is limited. So,…
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New Manuscript Published: Are Soy-Based Burgers and Soymilk Ultra-Processed Foods?
News ReleaseNutritionProtein
April 26, 2022

New Manuscript Published: Are Soy-Based Burgers and Soymilk Ultra-Processed Foods?

The authors of a new analysis published in Advances in Nutrition conclude that the classification of soy-based burgers and soymilk as “ultra-processed foods” is nutritionally unjustified and does not adequately…
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The Heart of the Matter: Focus on Dietary Patterns
Heart HealthNutrition
April 7, 2022

The Heart of the Matter: Focus on Dietary Patterns

The results of several recently published studies paint a confusing picture of the relationship between specific dietary components or foods and risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).  In the view of…
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Plant-based meat and milk offer consumers valuable options
News ReleaseNutritionProtein
March 11, 2022

Plant-based meat and milk offer consumers valuable options

Professor Jennie Macdiarmid, from the University of Aberdeen, raised concern that plant-based diets were becoming less healthy and less environmentally sustainable in an article in the Proceedings of the Nutrition…
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Importance of Soy Protein for Older, Plant-based Consumers
NutritionProtein
March 10, 2022

Importance of Soy Protein for Older, Plant-based Consumers

A new perspective by Domić et al.,1 published in Advances in Nutrition, proposes that a vegan diet increases the risk of an inadequate protein intake at an older age and…
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