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Nutrition
November 28, 2017

Adventurous? Stinky Tofu Worth a Try

In a recent New York Times article, Wu Hsu Pi-Ying, owner of Dai Family House of Unique Stink in Taipei, Taiwan, described reactions to stinky tofu, a fermented Taiwanese food.…
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Nutrition
November 8, 2017

Speaking of Soy: Media and Internet Do a Disservice to the Science

These days, everybody is a nutrition expert. A recent survey of osteopathic medical students found that the students had little knowledge of medical nutrition therapy, but the majority said they…
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Soy Protein
October 31, 2017

The Scientific Data Are Clear: Soy Protein Provides Heart Health Benefits

Soy protein lowers blood cholesterol levels according to years of scientific evidence 1-10 and the conclusions of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and health agencies in Canada 11…
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Soy OilSoy Oil Corner
October 11, 2017

Clinical Trials Highlight the Benefits of Soybean Oil and Contrast with Results in Mice

Conventional Soybean Oil and High Oleic Soybean Oil Favorably Affect Lipid Levels Clinical studies showing the benefits of soybean oil by far outweigh a new mouse study on soy oil,…
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Nutrition
October 5, 2017

Soymilk: Should It Be Fortified With Iodine?

Plant milks are low in iodine and as a result, consumers who replace cow’s milk with plant milks are at risk of becoming iodine deficient-- so says a report by…
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Soy Oil
August 18, 2017

Growing Recognition for the Benefits of Soybean Oil

Although soybean oil doesn’t get as much press as coconut or olive oil, it’s more widely consumed than one might think.1 Consumers may not realize that when they purchase a bottle…
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Soy Protein
August 11, 2017

Legume Analysis Highlights Superior Quality of Soy

In plant-based diets beans play a critically important role as sources of protein.  In fact, it is difficult if not impossible to meet the requirement for the indispensable amino acid…
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Nutrition
August 3, 2017

Soy and Puberty: No Adverse Effect

Throughout much of the world puberty is occurring at younger and younger ages. In particular, breast development and menarche in girls is occurring earlier.1 This trend toward earlier development most…
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