Have a beloved recipe? Chances are soyfoods can be swapped into it to add protein and nutrients for a heart-healthy alternative to your favorite foods.
Research shows that eating soyfoods can help manage diabetes, gain health and lose weight.
In the spirit of Halloween and October as Children’s Health Month, let’s talk about the health benefits of soyfoods for children as well as some tasty and healthy Halloween treats. (Like the yummy chocolate tofu pudding pot recipe from ABC’s The Chew!)
We teamed with the National Soybean Research Laboratory on a “Perspectives” essay looking at this year’s theme of “Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition.” Today, we CAN end hunger.
Soyfood consumption and the risk of breast cancer has been a controversial topic. And this Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re here to share the current research, which has found that eating soyfoods is safe for both healthy individuals as well as breast cancer survivors. The science shows soyfood consumption is not linked with developing breast cancer or breast cancer recurrence, and, in reality, soyfood consumption has been linked to a reduction in breast cancer risk.
A recent commercial has alluded to the confusion of ingredients in deli meat — one of them being soy protein isolate — and suggesting it’s either a filler or something “surprising” that kids don’t understand. Well, we’re here to alleviate that confusion and help everyone understand just what an isolate is.