Soy Meets the 2010 Dietary Guidelines

Learn about soyfoods/soybean oil and health directly from the experts in our series of short video clips.
Consume Healthier Fats with Soybean Oil
Lisa Katic, RD
Does soy meet the new 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans? Watch this video to see Registered Dietitian, Lisa Katic, discuss how increasing your intake of healthier fats like soybean oil has beneficial effects on your health. Soybean oil is low in saturated fat and high in poly- and monounsaturated fats.

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"My name is Lisa Katic and I'm a registered dietitian.


The Dietary Guidelines for Americans has been asking consumers to increase their fruit and vegetable intake for quite some time. And a cornerstone of the 2010 dietary guidelines is to increase intake of healthier fats of which soybean oil is a great example."

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