USA: Can a Soyburger a Day Keep the Doctor Away?
It's no surprise that soyfoods are quickly capturing nationwide attention for their heart-healthy properties and cholesterol-lowering abilities. Encouraged by the Oct. 1999 authorization by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) of a health claim for soy protein and its ability to lower cholesterol and reduce heart disease, more and more Americans are looking for ways to incorporate this healthful food into their diets.
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