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The Ultimate Guide to Soy Research 2016

Soy is one of the most researched foods on Earth. From sustainable growing practices to its effects on lowering blood cholesterol and weight loss, hundreds of studies are conducted on this bean each year. The Soyfoods Association of North America has scoured the data for you and determined what is sound science based on study design, outcome, sample size and more.

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Soyfoods Association Celebrates National School Lunch Week

In celebration of National School Lunch Week, the Soyfoods Association of North America applauds the schools offering soyfood options in their cafeterias. To meet growing demands for healthy, plant-based foods, schools nationwide are serving tofu, veggie burgers, soy crumbles, soymilk, soy yogurt, and other soyfoods.

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To Eat or Not to Eat: Top 5 Reasons Soy Belongs on your Plate

Soy is one of the most researched foods on Earth. From sustainable growing practices to its effects on lowering blood cholesterol and weight loss, hundreds of studies are conducted on this unique bean each year. Here’s what you need to know from the best research of late.

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Challenges in Providing Protein to Support Nutrition & Health Needs in Older Adults

Older adults face many challenges in meeting their protein requirements; however, high protein foods can easily be added to each meal to help meet their protein goals.

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Knowing Is Half the Battle: Not all Plant Proteins Are the Same

With plant-based protein powders, bars, and milk alternatives readily available, it is important to learn how to differentiate between products.

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“Spiked” Nutrition: Fast & Easy Recipes for Total Health

Chef Spike Mendelsohn, a star of “Top Chef” and “Iron Chef America,” has teamed up with IFIC’s nutrition experts to create delicious, nutritious meals. Try this delicious breakfast bar made with soymilk!

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Celebrating Men’s Health through Soyfoods

Men, we’ve got some good news for you: eating soyfoods is not only safe, it provides a good source of quality protein to fuel your workout, lower the risk of heart disease, lower the risk of prostate cancer and help with weight management.

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