soy foods

soy foods

Foods—e.g., miso, soybeans, soy milk, textured vegetable protein, tempeh, tofu produced from soy (Glycine hispida)—which are high in protein and contain isoflavones (e.g., genistine) as well as phytosterols and phytooestrogens. Soy foods may protect against cancer, especially of the breast, as well as the colon and prostate. Soy is thought to be the most effective food for reducing cholesterol.
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11, 2017, consuming cruciferous vegetables and soy foods may reduce the side effects of cancer treatments that inhibit the body's production or use of estrogen, a hormone that can fuel breast cancer growth.
ISLAMABAD -- Consuming soy foods such as soy milk and tofu and cruciferous vegetables such as cabbages, kale and broccoli may help reduce common side effects of treatment in breast cancer survivors, researchers say.
In the study, higher intake of cruciferous vegetables and soy foods were associated with fewer reports of menopausal symptoms.
Impact of soy foods on the development of breast cancer and the prognosis of breast cancer patients.
Soy foods, which include tofu, tempeh, soy milk, and edamame, contain isoflavones, compounds that are similar in some ways to the hormone estrogen.
Additionally, the study also examined the association of intake of total soy and soy foods other than natto with the risk of mortality from CVD.
Human studies show that soy foods do not increase cancer risk and in some cases, may lower it.
Read Full Report on Global Dairy and Soy Foods Market: http://www.
Western Europe region is the largest market for Dairy and Soy Foods with Germany and France being the largest markets.
By contrast, the rise in per capita consumption of dairy by the growing middle-class population in developing markets in the APAC, MEA and Eastern Europe regions will drive growth in the dairy and soy foods market.
The 66mg of isoflavone that we use in this study is equivalent to eating an oriental diet, which is rich in soy foods.
Investigators either surveyed women for intake of soy isoflavones or soy foods or products (tofu, soybeans, lentils, miso) or measured urinary or plasma levels of soy isoflavones.