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Soy Protein: What is the Truth About Soy? by Sandy H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 7:23pm If you haven't heard much about the benefits of soy protein , you could be missing out. Now, if you eat soy regularly, do you know that soy has a potential downside too? In fact, there are risks associated with eating soy . So, here are the straight goods, both good and bad, about soy protein. First off, let's talk about the benefits ... Read on »
Soy Protein: What is the Truth About Soy? by Sandy H. Patient Expert Posted Tue 08 Apr 2008 11:10am If you haven't heard much about the benefits of soy protein, you could be missing out. Now, if you eat soy regularly, do you know that soy has a potential downside too? In fact, there are risks associated with eating soy . So, here are the straight goods, both good and bad, about soy protein. First off, let's talk about the benefits of consumi ... Read on »
Soy Protein: The 'complete' protein by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Mar 2010 5:45am Introduction As most fitness enthusiasts and most folks who got through school know, proteins are responsible for growth as they comprise 75% of body solids, therefore building more muscle while reducing the amount of fat in your body. And we all know how important that is, especially for those who consider working out much ... Read on »
Quality Soy Protein After Lap Band Surgery by Karen H. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 27 Aug 2012 2:32pm   Lap Band surgery is a surgical option for those who suffer from obesity.  It is a procedure that helps make the stomach smaller helping the patient lose weight. Did you know that the needs for protein post lap band surgery increases by 30%? With meals limited to only 3 very small meals a day.  It’s a challenge for those post Lap ... Read on »
The Truth About Fake Meat & Protein Bars (or: Should You Eat Soy Protein?) by The Picky Eater Posted Tue 04 Jun 2013 12:00am A few weeks ago, I was chatting with the husband about protein bars. Since he (and I) are vegetarian and since we are both super active, I’m always looking for healthy, veggie-friendly protein. Unfortunately, with all of the fake-meat-soy-products and soy-based protein bars out there – that’s often hard to come by. This is b ... Read on »
Great Alternative to Whey & Soy Protein: Olympian Labs "Greens Protein 8 in 1" by Lewis P. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 25 Oct 2008 4:48pm 1 Comment One of the developers of Olympian Labs "Greens Protein 8 in 1" was a guest on the Dr. Bob Martin Show. The eight products it contains are Naturally occuring , highly assimilated whole food vitamins and minerals. Enzymes that reduce the viscosity of foods in the stomach, resulting in better absorption and bioavailability of nutrients. H ... Read on »
Soy Protein: Uber protein? by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Fri 18 Feb 2011 8:29am If there is a country towards which people have to point their fingers, it is towards China that one must look at first. In my opinion, one of the most interesting countries that is not only adjusting well to the onslaught of modernism but still managing to preserve one of mankind's richest cultures quite adequately. No m ... Read on »
Take soy protein to reduce risk of bone fractures by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm Eat soy protein, exercise more and increase consumption of calcium and vitamin D to retard bone loss. According to the Shanghai Women's Health Study, women who ate the most soy protein had a 37% lower risk of bone fracture as compared to women who ate the least soy, particularly among women in the early years following menopause. Soy protein was ... Read on »
Revealed - Soy Protein Increases Energy and Aids in Weight Loss! by MJT Patient Expert Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 10:41pm Are you concerned about the nutritional content of your food? If so, you're not alone. Many people are becoming concerned with their health and wellness. A 1999 survey indicated that 87% of consumers reported changing their eating habits due to specific health concerns. Among the greatest worries were heart health and dietary cholesterol int ... Read on »
Whole Foods Soy Protein, PB2 by Erica S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 17 Mar 2009 4:21am Hi guys! Stopping by for a quickie. Today I tried Whole Foods Soy Protein Powder: I'm a little nervous about having too much soy in my diet based on some of things I've read about it. Anyone have any insight on the topic? Regardless, the shake was very delicious- almost malt like. The first sip did taste a little...chalky, but it was a very sl ... Read on »