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Blog: Science Perspectives
September 7, 2022
New soyfoods health and nutrition guide for health professionals now available
A new comprehensive soyfoods health and nutrition guide is now available for health professionals. The Health Effects of Soy: A Reference Guide for Health Professionals is packed with topics ranging from a multitude of health outcomes to discussion of the different types of soyfoods. A tremendous amount of soy-related research has been conducted over the past three […]
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 been a rather marked decline in the use of soy infant formula (SIF). If concerns about SIF’s impact on normal growth and development or adverse effects […]
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, both animal3 and epidemiologic evidence4-7 has accumulated in support of this proposal. Nevertheless, the hypothesis that consuming isoflavone-rich soy during childhood and/or adolescence reduces breast […]
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