Soyfoods Promote Heart Health

Studies have examined soybeans’ effect on relieving menopausal symptoms, maintaining healthy bones, and preventing cancer. The most significant contribution soyfoods have to offer the human body, however, is its effects on heart health.

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Flexitarian Soyfood Swaps

More Americans are choosing to leave meat off their plates. Swapping soyfoods into meals is an easy way to incorporate a heart-healthy menu into your diet.

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The Real Truth — SOYReality Dispelling Rumors Behind Soy Misinformation

Soyfoods are heart-healthy, plant based proteins that we should all feel good about adding to our everyday diets.

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SANA Responses to the FDA Proposal to Revoke the Soy Protein Heart Health Claim

FDA’s decision is inconsistent with 12 other countries that have authorized health claims on soy protein and heart disease, including Health Canada’s most recent approval of such a claim in 2015.[1]

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Enjoy Heart Healthy Edamame, Nature’s Original Finger Food

Whether you find your edamame fresh, frozen, or canned, there are endless ways to enjoy nature’s original, heart-healthy finger food.

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Cooking With Soyfoods

Besides being a bountiful source of nutrients, soyfoods are tasty and can easily substitute for less nutritious foods in your recipes.

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Soy and Heart Health

Soyfoods are low in saturated fat, are cholesterol-free, and contain high-quality protein, essential fatty acids, dietary fiber, and numerous other nutrients. As part of a healthy diet, soyfoods can replace less healthy foods that are high in saturated fat and cholesterol, thus enhancing their impact in lowering cholesterol.

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