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Promise for Soya Allergy Sufferers

Two Chinese soybean lines that grow without the primary protein linked to soy allergies in children and adults have been isolated by scientists//. The two lines already are adapted to Illinois-like conditions and will be given away to breeders seeking to produce new varieties of allergy-free s...

Soyfoods a Healthy Choice for Men

..., Haffner TA. Systematic review, meta-analysis and regression of randomised controlled trials reporting an association between an intake of circa 25 g soya protein per day and blood cholesterol. Atherosclerosis 2008;200:13-27. McDonald A. "Effects of Soy Protein on Total Cholesterol and LDL-Choles...

'Sunshine vitamin' link to cognitive problems in older people

... comes from three main sources exposure to sunlight, foods such as oily fish, and foods that are fortified with vitamin D (such as milk, cereals, and soya drinks). One problem faced by older people is that the capacity of the skin to absorb Vitamin D from sunlight decreases as the body ages, so they are ...

Vitasoy Recorded Healthy Sales Growth for 1H FY2007/2008

...al year. New Vitasoy products include VITASOY SAN SUI Tofu, VITASOY Jasmine soya Bean Milk, reformulated VITASOY Chocolate soya Bean Milk, VITA Double Chocolate Milk and VITA Less Sweet Lemon Tea. In add...

Real Men Eat Soy: The Truth about Soy and Sperm Count

...rm-count.html), "Chavarro admits that many East Asian men consume much more soya than the participants in his trial and do not develop fertility problems. He speculates that his study found a link between soya and low sperm count because many of the participants were overweight or obe...

Wordlist for Allergies to Help Cross-border Travellers

...who suffer from food allergies can find help on a website where they can download a wordlist of more than 200 ingredients , from nuts and shellfish to soya and gluten, that have been translated into 30 languages. The list, available on (http: www.food-info.net/allergy.htm), can be shown in restaur...

Buddhist Food Festival in Ludhiana

...ountry, which is very diverse and a mix of religions, ethnic groups, different societies, different people," Seema, a visitor said. The use of soya in some of the dishes provided some respite to those fond of non-vegetarian meals. Nishant, another visitor said: "It's very different that we...

Diabetes and the Magic Beans

...chers have come out with another boon of the black soya bean-preventing// diabetes. The scientists fro...magazine Chemistry and Industry, have sounded that soya beans when included in a daily diet can help prevent sugar buildup. This is as a result of soya hindering weight gain and lowering the levels of c...

Bread enriched with lupin may help stave off calories

...intake. The researchers have found that adding lupin kernel flour to various foods may help in controlling appetite. Lupin is a serious contender with soya bean for its increasing protein content. The investigators conducted a study with 16 subjects who were given either white bread or lupin enriche...

Iron Deficiency can Cause Dark Circle Under Eyes

...cy), lean red meat including venison, egg yolks, dried and tinned beans including baked beans, lentils and chickpeas. Other good sources include soya mince, seaweed, fortified breakfast cereals, seeds such as pumpkin and sunflower, dark green leafy vegetables such as Savoy cabbage, dried apricots, f...
soya in Medical Technology

Video: UCB Launches Vimpat(R) in the U.S. for Add-On Treatment of Epilepsy in Adults

...native for patients when oral administration is temporarily not feasible. Contraindications: Hypersensitivity to the active substance or to peanuts or soya or to any of the excipients; known second- or third-degree atrioventricular (AV) block. Special warnings and precautions for use: Treatment with lacos...
soya in Medical Dictionary

Soy

... The soybean (U.S.) or soya bean (UK) (Glycine max) is a species of legume native to East Asia. The pla...a today, especially ... soy n. The soybean. Soy sauce. [Dutch soja, soya , from Japanese shōyu , from Chinese (Mandarin) jiàngyóu , soy sauce : ji...
soya in Biological News

Magic Beans -- Anti-obesity soya could help prevent diabetes

A diet rich in black soya beans could help control weight, lower fat and cholesterol levels, and aid in the prevention of diabetes, reports Lisa Richards in Chemistry & Industry, the magazine of the SCI. Yellow soya has already been hailed for its cholesterol lowering capabilities; this is on...

New high fiber barley licensed to grow

...blicly listed Washington H Soul Pattinson and Company Limited and its group of companies, producing and marketing specialty ingredients such as the Nu soya range of soy products and omega-3 oils. BARLEYmax Business Manager, CSIRO's Geoff Ball, says clinical testing by CSIRO Human Nutrition has shown that...

Study reveals that immigrant teenagers eat better than Spanish teenagers

...ries, the Baltic Countries and China eat more proteins than Spanish teenagers. These proteins are contained in food such as quinoa, amaranth, millet, soya or yucca, and sweet potato. Lorena Ramos Chamorro points out that immigrants are more likely to try new foods and to eat something they do not know th...

Endocannabinoids ?the brain's cannabis ?demonstrate novel modes of action to stress

...study, a multi-center Japanese team led by Atsushi soya focused on the supraoptic nucleus (SON) where vaso...nnabinoids' effects in various stress conditions," soya said. "Endocannabinoids may have possible involvem...c, endocrine and immune function." Furthermore, soya added, "cannabinoids are relevant to potential rel...

Environmental chemical cocktail may sabotage sperm

...nger effect. In addition, when she tested one chemical, genistein (found in soya and legumes), on human sperm, she found that the human sperm were much more...ood that all of us are exposed to several xenobiotics at any one time, with soya in the diet and exposure to other compounds coming from plastics etc, we ne...
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