The soybean has been a part of the human diet for almost 5,000 years. Unlike most plant foods, the soybean is high in protein and is considered equivalent to animal foods in terms of the quality of the protein it contains.
Soy in your diet can lower cholesterol. There are many scientific studies that support this conclusion. In fact, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) agreed that 25 grams per day of soy protein, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol,...Read more
Soy milk (and creamer, and smoothies…). Edamame. Soy sauce. Soy nuts. Thanksgiving recipes for “tofurkey.” Soy energy bars. Soy... Read more »
This is Part Two of a 3-Part Series on Modified Foods For Food Allergies.Part One is about genetically modified peanuts.Part Three is about... Read more »
You know what I love about women our age? They have an open mind and an open heart. Because of both, many of us are seeking... Read more »