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There are so many ways to get this good-for-you protein into your daily diet. Here's how to do it - and why you absolutely should.
By Sally Kuzemchak, RD
If you bypass tofu at salad bars, skip the meatless dishes at Chinese restaurants, and avoid edamame when you're out for sushi, well, it's time to give soy-based foods a second look.
Fitness, Food and Nutrition, General Health, Women's Health, Men's Health Recent studies show that soy protein is just as valuable for building lean muscle as whey and casein. In fact, most fitness experts these days suggest regular... Read Post
Solae, a leader in soy protein innovation and technology, unveiled a new study today at the 8th International Symposium on the Role of Soy in Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention and Treatment. A new meta-analysis confirm... Read Post