1. According to the first article, the proposed benefits of soyfoods include protection against all of the following EXCEPT:
2. The article states that the ability of isoflavones to function as Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) is due in part to their preference for:
3. Clinical studies cited by the article suggest that soyfoods and isoflavones ______ testosterone levels or sperm/semen parameters.
4. According to the article, soy protein has been shown to ______ strength and lean tissue in response to resistance exercises.
5. The conclusion of clinical studies and the American Cancer Society and the American Institute for Cancer Research suggests that soyfoods:
6. The presented data suggests that soyfoods are _____ for individuals with hypothyroidism.
7. Which of the following components are stated to have a potential effect on reducing the absorption of some thyroid medication (such as levothyroxine)?
8. Information in this article suggests that among women, soyfoods have the following effects on menstruation:
9. Which of the following would offer the more heart-healthy benefits as a replacement for saturated fats in the diet, according to the article:
10. Which of the following is specifically described in the article as being reduced with the replacement of saturated fats with PUFAs?
11. In the study highlighted in the second article, replacing carbohydrates with saturated fats:
12. In the study highlighted in the second article, replacing carbohydrates with PUFAs: