USA: Good Housekeeping cites favorite Soy Foods; Food And Drug Administration promotes benefits
As the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reinforces its view that adults who consume 25 grams of soy protein a day can lower their risk of heart disease, publications such as Good Housekeeping magazine are reporting:"You know that eating soy is good for you -- it reduces your cholesterol and risk of heart disease."So the Good Housekeeping Institute's nutrition laboratory conducted a "taste test" with the magazine's staff and in the September issue recommends seven favorite soy foods:
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