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Prevalence of Soy Allergy Lowest Among the Big 8
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February 4, 2020

Prevalence of Soy Allergy Lowest Among the Big 8

Some evidence suggests that an increasing number of Americans report being allergic to one or more foods.1 Consequently, more and more consumers are eliminating certain foods from their diet; however,…
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“Soy Breast” News Without Merit
Men’s Health
January 22, 2020

“Soy Breast” News Without Merit

“Dear Men: There’s no evidence that eating Impossible Whoppers will give you breasts.” That headline of a December 26, 2019 article in the Washington Post (WP), while accurately reflecting the…
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Peanut-Allergic Individuals Unlikely to React to Soy
Soy AllergySoy Protein
January 3, 2020

Peanut-Allergic Individuals Unlikely to React to Soy

Cross-reactivity in allergic reactions occurs when the proteins in one substance are similar to the proteins found in another. Because peanuts and soy are both legumes, there is concern that…
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Cervical Cancer
Women’s Health
December 20, 2019

Cervical Cancer

Expert notes soy doesn’t increase risk of cervical cancer but fails to highlight that it may be proactive against this disease. A woman who frequently consumed soy was diagnosed with…
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Soyfoods Do Not Increase Risk of Developing Gout
Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
November 19, 2019

Soyfoods Do Not Increase Risk of Developing Gout

What was once called the “disease of kings” could now just as well be called the “disease of commoners.” Gout is now the most common form of inflammatory arthritis worldwide,…
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