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Study Finds Soy Safe for Men
Date:7/20/2009

he public to understand that there is no clinical evidence to support these ideas. After conducting a comprehensive review of the existing literature, we found no indication that soy significantly alters male sex hormone levels."

Men can benefit from soyfood consumption as a means to meet daily protein requirements and at the same time possibly also reducing their risk of heart disease.

Citing the research study, Lisa Kelly, MPH, RD, of the United Soybean Board, added, "Soy is often praised for the positive role it can play in the diets of women. But, years of clinical research have shown that men stand to benefit from soy, too. I encourage men to incorporate soyfoods into a balanced and varied diet and talk to their healthcare provider about their own unique nutritional needs."

About the United Soybean Board

The United Soybean Board is comprised of 68 farmer-directors who oversee the investments of the soybean checkoff on behalf of all U.S. soybean farmers. For more information on the health benefits of soy and simple recipe suggestions to help add soy to your diet, please visit USB's SoyConnection.com.

Editor's note: To request a copy of the complete report, please email Diana Steeble at Diana.Steeble@Publicis-PR.com. Editors of health professional-oriented publications may also wish to refer readers to USB's article for health professionals on this research study, available here.


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