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An obsolete Indian unit of dry volume equivalent to one liter.
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Admittedly, soy candles cost a bit more but are worth it for value, your health and for contributing to saving the environment.
Since Li's soy formulation has demonstrated strength and water-resistance, its certification for use in exterior products is expected to go smoothly.
After the government issued decrees allowing modified soy planting through 2004, it realized its decision clashed with the court ruling.
In addition to awareness of health benefits, observers partly attribute the increased interest in soy to recent acquisitions by major companies.
The finding has yet to be proven relevant to people, but soys widespread use makes the finding worthy of further investigation, some researchers say.
The investigators found that soy protein isolate of increased purity--about 96% to 98%--can yield stronger films than commercially available soy protein isolate.
Other people have had bad reactions to soy as well.
Consumers also reported they are eating more soy products.
Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) recent decision to allow food labels that state that consuming less than 1 ounce (25 grams) of soy protein a day, and a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, can cut heart disease risk.
Women in Japan, where soy intake is very high, don't even have a word for "hot flashes.
5 billion soy protein category, reports on historical and current sales, and projects to 2010, total production and per capita consumption worldwide.
This soy protein isolate market research report introduces the product with basic information like its definition, classification, application, industry chain structure industry as well as overview.