USA: Americans consuming more soy for good health
An annual survey conducted by the United Soybean Board (USB) shows that America's consumption of soy continues to rise, as does the recognition of soy's health benefits.Seventy-six percent of American consumers consider soy products to be healthy, up from 71 percent last year. Thirty-nine percent are aware of soy's specific health benefits, including: lowering cholesterol, high fiber/digestive benefits, a source for increasing energy and relief of menopausal symptoms.
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