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A Combination of Tomato and Soy Products for Men With Recurring Prostate Cancer and Rising Prostate Specific Antigen

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Tomato and soy products are hypothesized to reduce the risk of prostate cancer or enhance efficacy of therapy. A study was completed to determine if men with active prostate cancer will adhere to...

Soy constituents: modes of action in low-density lipoprotein management

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Reviewed here are the modes of action of soy components used as ingredients in foods, which can lower plasma levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) and cholesterol, which are markers for the ris...

Soy consumption, adhesion molecules, and pro-inflammatory cytokines: a brief review of the literature

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Given the interest in the vascular effects of both soyfoods and soy isoflavones, the purpose of this short review is to evaluate clinical trials that have examined the effects of isoflavone-rich ...

Soy sense

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Load up on soy products to help keep bones strong

I HAVE TWO neighbors, Ruth and Sarah, who are both nearly 70. Ruth eats a balanced diet that includes fresh produce and whole grains; Sarah eats mainly processed foods out of cans and boxes. Ruth has the posture of a ballerina; Sarah is bent over with a humped back because she has osteoporosis, a disease characterized by low bone mass and fragility that elevates the risk of a fractured hip, spine, and wrist.

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