Published in Women's Health Weekly, March 23rd, 2006
"A consensus view of soybean phytoestrogens in clinical interventions in postmenopausal women is presented that is based on data from the EU-funded project Phytohealth," reported scientists in a recent article published in the Proceedings of the Nutrition Society.
A. Cassidy and colleagues at the Hull Royal Infirmary in England explained, "The phytoestrogens, primarily genistein and daidzein, were given as soybean-protein isolates, whole-soybean foods or extracts, supplements or pure compounds. A comprehensive literature search was conducted with...
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