A University of Illinois study suggests that soy protein could help reduce fat accumulation and triglycerides in the livers of obese persons.
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Today, we added Soy to our Herb Guide. It looks at traditional uses as an herbal remedy, side-effects, research and resources.
by Dr. Leo Galland
A research study just published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that women taking 120 milligrams per day of soy isoflavones as a dietary supplement lost less bone density at the hip over a three year period than did women receiving placebo. The researchers describe the effect as “modest”. The study was done by the Nutrition and Wellness Research Center at Iowa State University