Health & Nutrition - Summer, 2017 - Vol 25, No 3 Facts vs Myths: Part Two
In This Issue:
- This article is “Part Two” in The Soy Connection newsletter series on the topic of soy “Facts vs. Myths.” The series has been produced to help clear up confusion about the health attributes of soyfoods. The first installment of our series (Volume 25, No. 1) looked at fertility, breast cancer, and so-called “male feminization.” The article in this issue reviews research on mineral status, development and cognitive function. In each case, for those who are busy, we first provide the overall conclusion, or “takeaway” message, followed by evidence underlying the concern, and then a summary of the evidence refuting the concern.
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