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No significant associations between the risk of mortality from CVD and total soy intake, or soy foods other than natto were identified.
Textured soy flour holds one additional edge over its more expensive counterpart.
Replacing meat with soy foods may help with moving toward a more plant-based diet, which is strongly supported in the scientific literature as a good eating pattern to follow for disease prevention," says Topol.
Recommended Soy Sources INTEGRATE THESE PROTEIN-RICH SOY FOODS INTO YOUR DIET: Soy burger (10-14 g protein and about 6-9 mg isoflavones) --substitute for hamburger Soy milk (8 oz has 10 g protein and about 22 mg isoflavones) --pour over cereal, in coffee, or drink as a beverage Soy nuts (1/4 cup has 199 protein and about 72 mg isoflavones) --eat as a snack Tofu (4 oz firm has 139 protein and about 32 mg isoflavones) --marinate and grill or use in stir-fry meals
women (like their heavier weight) put them at greater risk from soy than Chinese women?
In spite of increased recognition, soy foods have plenty of room to grow.
Soy protein is a high quality, plant-based protein that's comparable with meat, dairy and eggs.
Looking ahead, Mintel expects that the market for soy food and beverages won't perform well, declining another 17% during 2010 to 2012.
Soy wax will burn completely whereas paraffin usually leaves a portion of wax at the bottom of the container
Several human studies have provided further insight into the possible role of soy in our bone health.
The United States is about to lose its spot as the world's largest soy exporter, making way for a new king of the green mountain: Brazil, the world's second-largest producer.
Now a new adhesive using soy protein, processed to resemble the protein that allows mussels to cling to rocks, is enabling some manufacturers to make formaldehyde-free engineered woods.