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2010-01-11 08:30:00

LOS ANGELES, Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- With the start of the New Year, the nation's milk processors want to make it easier for America's moms to set the table with milk and build strong families in 2010. (Photo: http://www.newscom.com/cgi-bin/prnh/20100111/AQ35097) The National Milk Mustache 'got milk?' Campaign launched a new initiative today called the "Great Gallon Give" with the help of actress and mom Rebecca Romijn, who is appearing in her second milk mustache ad - this time with...

2009-12-10 18:03:00

In the news release, Major New Study Finds Soyfoods Safe and Beneficial for Women With Breast Cancer, issued 10-Dec-2009 by United Soybean Board over PR Newswire, we are advised by the organization that the subheadline, which read "Journal of the American Medical Association Recommends Soyfoods Consumption for Better Breast Cancer Outcomes" should not have been included in the press release because the Journal of the American Medical Association publishes medical research, it does not make...

2009-12-10 13:42:00

ST. LOUIS, Dec. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- A major new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) finds that women with breast cancer would be well-served by including soyfoods in their daily diet. Soyfood consumption was significantly linked to a decreased risk of death and cancer recurrence among the breast cancer patients in this study. Benefits increased up to about 11 grams of soy protein (about two servings) per day; beyond that amount, there was no additional...

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2009-12-09 12:40:00

Experts have found that women in China who had breast cancer and a higher intake of soy food had an associated lower risk of death and breast cancer recurrence. Xiao Ou Shu of Vanderbilt University Medical Center and colleagues examined the association between soy isoflavone intake with breast cancer recurrence and survival. They found that soy foods are rich in isoflavones, a major group of phytoestrogens that have been hypothesized to reduce the risk of breast cancer. However, the...

2009-11-09 08:58:00

CHICAGO, Nov. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- In attempts to improve the nutritional quality of school meals, there have been several strides forward - including the removal of soft drinks and other less nutritious menu options. However, some schools and activist groups are calling for a new change that many health professionals agree could cause more harm than good when it comes to children's health: removing chocolate milk from the lunch line. "Groups calling for chocolate milk to be taken out of...

2009-09-16 06:00:00

BROOMFIELD, Colo., Sept. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- To assist the 98 million people in the United States suffering from borderline-to-high cholesterol(1), Silk is launching the Silk(R) Heart Health to support consumers in living naturally healthful lives. Available now, Silk Heart Health breaks new ground in dietary approaches to cholesterol management by combining two clinically proven heart healthy ingredients - natural soy protein and plant sterols - in a single, delicious product(2). Soy,...

2009-09-04 11:01:00

BOULDER, Colo., Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Silk Soy, for many years, has been the world's largest purveyor of an organic products. Even families who didn't particularly care about organic vs. conventional products bought soy milk for health or dietary reasons. So does Silk's decision to offer a new, more affordable line of natural soy milk a great step backward for the green movement--or will "natural" enable even more consumers to get a little greener? Waylon Lewis of elephantjournal.com...

2009-07-20 07:00:00

ST LOUIS, July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- A new study published by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine finds that soyfoods and soy isoflavone supplements have no significant effect on male reproductive hormone levels in men. The literature review indicates that soy does not decrease testosterone levels. Led by Jill M. Hamilton-Reeves, PhD, RD, of St. Catherine's University, St. Paul, Minnesota, researchers assessed the effects of soy protein and soy isoflavones on measurements of male...

2009-06-26 08:01:37

People who eat lots of soy products have better lung function and are less likely to develop the smoking-associated lung disease COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease). A study published in BioMed Central's open access journal Respiratory Research has shown that consumption of a wide variety of soy products can be associated with a reduction in the risk of COPD and other respiratory symptoms.Dr. Fumi Hirayama and Professor Andy Lee from Curtin University of Technology, Australia, worked...

2009-06-26 00:30:57

People who eat soy products have better lung function and are less likely to develop chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Australian researchers said. Dr. Fumi Hirayama and Andy Lee from Curtin University of Technology in Australia worked with a team of respiratory physicians to poll 300 patients with COPD from six Japanese hospitals and 340 age-matched control subjects from the same areas as the patients about their soy intake. Soy consumption was found to be positively correlated with...


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