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Importance of Soya
by: Kevin Pederson

Soya bean has been part of Chinese diet for many centuries. As we all know soy has many health benefits which due to the presence of soy-proteins and isoflavones genistein and daidzein. It is consumed in various forms which makes it even more popular. read more

Beating Cancer Through Nutrition – SOYA
by: Stewart Hare C.H.E.d Dip NutTh

Soya, a staple food in many Asian countries, contains valuable constituents, including protein, isoflavones, saponins, and phytosterols. Soya protein provides essential amino acids. When eaten with rice, soya provides protein comparable with that found in animal products. Soya is low in fat and cholesterol-free. read more

Soya Protein for Weight Control?

Soya bean has been part of Chinese diet for many centuries. As we all know soy has many health benefits which due to the presence of soy-proteins and isoflavones genistein and daidzein. It is consumed in various forms which makes it even more popular. read more

What is Soya?
by: Alison Solomon and Jenifer baker

Soya comes from the soya bean pods that are located in the soya plant. The scientific name is Glycin Max and it is from the Pea family (Fabaceae). Soya bean pods were first cultivated in China over 4000 years ago. Today, they are mostly cultivated in North and South America inaddition to China. read more

How to Use Soya for Anti-Aging
by: Emory Street

Soya, or soybeans, are full of beneficial compounds that are perfect for anti-aging.  The soy isoflavones in soya are known to protect against heart disease and to naturally lower cholesterol.  Soya itself has plant estrogens that mimic natural human estrogen, which is frequently used in today's anti-aging treatments.
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SOYA in Menopause
by: Deborrah Cooper

Menopause marks the end of the female reproductive cycle with decreased production of estrogen. Easing the irritating side effects of menopause such as hot flashes and moodiness can be accomplished with hormone therapy or naturally with herbal and nutritional support. read more

   
   
   
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