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Women’s Health

Understanding How Soy Affects Breast Cancer Risk
CancerWomen’s Health
February 27, 2020

Understanding How Soy Affects Breast Cancer Risk

Excitement about the possibility that soyfoods reduce risk of developing breast cancer began in earnest 30 years ago. While over this time support for a protective effect has waxed and…
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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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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…
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Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
March 29, 2019

Interpreting Epidemiologic Studies

Epidemiologic findings form the basis for much of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines. But sometimes, common sense isn’t applied to the interpretation of the results of epidemiologic studies. That clearly is…
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CancerWomen’s Health
March 26, 2019

Pilot Study: Soybean Oil Alleviates Cancer-Related Fatigue

Researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center recently reported that supplementing the diet with soybean oil significantly reduces fatigue in breast cancer survivors.1  Although a pilot trial, these new…
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Men’s HealthWomen’s Health
January 24, 2019

Soy Improves Cognition, Recent Studies Indicate

Just about a year ago, this blog (http://www.THESOYNUTRITIONINSTITUTE.COM/can-soy-improve-cognitive-function/) addressed the relationship between soy and cognitive function, a controversial topic given some of the older epidemiologic findings.1,2 The blog post ended…
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