Soy Facts

soy protein for muscle development and recovery

Lean, Green, Protein Machine

Soy protein is the only plant protein equivalent to animal protein with all nine essential amino acids in rations needed for muscle growth and recovery.

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soy for women's health

Postive Effect on Women’s Health

As part of a balanced diet, soyfoods have a positive effect on women’s health concerning heart disease, weight loss, certain forms of cancer, osteoporosis and menopause symptoms.

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Protective Against Breast Cancer

The American Institute for Cancer Research reviewed the latest scientific evidence on soy and cancer and released a position statement that soyfoods are not only safe but “contain several key nutrients and phytochemicals studied for their cancer prevention properties.”

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Soy and Men’s Health

Soyfoods provide quality protein to fuel your workout and help lower the risk of heart disease and prostate cancer without side effects.

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Soyfoods Package Labeling

It can be hard to decipher package labeling. In the soyfoods industry, many terms are used to describe seed source, growing methods, and production of products.

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Soymilk Compared to Dairy & Milk Alternatives

Soymilk has complete high-quality protein, is vitamin-rich, very low in saturated fat, and cholesterol free.

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Soy Allergies

The College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology estimates that only 0.4% of American children under the age of 18 are allergic to soy. Although soy has been listed as one of the eight major allergens, it occurs much less than the other seven.

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Phytoestrogens

Phytoestrogens are part of the plant’s natural defenses that act differently than hormones in humans.

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Thyroid Function

High-fiber, nutrient-dense foods such as soybeans, kale, and broccoli in a balanced diet do not adversely affect people with normal thyroid function.

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