STUDY SUPPORTS SOY PROTEIN HEALTH CLAIMS

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- A study conducted by researchers at the University of Kentucky here lends credence to claims that products made with vegetables may be better for one's health than those made with meat.Dr. James Anderson, professor of medicine and clinical nutrition at the university, reported in the New England Journal of Medicine that eating soy protein significantly reduces moderate and high blood

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- A study conducted by researchers at the University of Kentucky here lends credence to claims that products made with vegetables may be better for one's health than those made with meat.

Dr. James Anderson, professor of medicine and clinical nutrition at the university, reported in the New England Journal of Medicine that eating soy protein significantly reduces moderate and high blood cholesterol levels. The analysis showed that both isolated soy protein and textured

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