UK: Soy helps ‘good’ cholesterol
Soy protein is already proven to benefit people with high cholesterol, but a new study suggests that soy in the diet might benefit people with normal cholesterol levels. A preliminary study of 150 Chinese men and women with normal cholesterol levels found that adding 40 grams of soy protein to their diet daily for three months raised the level of "good" cholesterol, which is high-density lipoprotein (HDL) by almost 5%.
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