Soy intake reduces breast cancer risk, even among those with a breast cancer genetic trait. But is this effect only found among Asian women? Find out why this is also applicable to non-Asian women.
Swedish university researchers have arrived at some surprising findings about food sensitivities and IgEs after following 2,307 Europeans for nine years.
Several recent studies have confirmed that premenstrual syndrome incidence and symptoms can be significantly reduced by including certain nutrient-dense foods in the diet.
Toxicology researchers from Nigeria have discovered that soils from a rich Nigerian farming region are contaminated with heavy metals producing a health risk for those eating the foods grown there….
Research has confirmed that consuming phytoestrogens decreases menopausal symptoms among women, but only among those who maintain particular intestinal probiotics that produce an isoflavone metabolite called S-equol.
A new analysis of multiple studies from Sichuan University’s Hainan Medical College has confirmed that soy isoflavones effectively increase bone density and reduce bone loss. The study analyzed multiple published international clinical studies on the application of soy isoflavones to prevent osteoporosis, the...
Researchers from Canada’s University of Toronto and St Michael’s Hospital have found that people who ate diets rich in plant-based foods known for lowering LDL-cholesterol, including plant sterols, soy foods, nuts and plant-based fibers showed reductions in LDL-cholesterol by 13% after six months....