The humble soybean has come a long way. Today, soy is everywhere and in every possible form—beans, nuts, milk, yogurt, cheese, flour, tofu, tempeh, and “meat” analogs, to name a few. You can eat soy alone, cooked, or combined with o... Read more
There was a time in recent history when the closest Americans willingly came to soybeans was by driving through farm country. The only milk you could find at the grocery store came from cows, and the word “tofu” conjured images of bell-bo... Read more
What exactly does that little soybean do? Turns out that it is a nutritional powerhouse, and although no governmental guidelines have been issued as to how much you should consume a day as part of your healthy diet, most researchers and health pr... Read more
Protein supplements are popular among casual exercisers, serious bodybuilders, dieters and even non-exercisers for many reasons. Most people know that protein is an essential nutrient for overall health that helps promote fullness and also plays... Read more
Dig out the blender! (Don’t worry, nothing high-tech.) Throw in a few simple, nutritious ingredients, give it a whirl and you’ve got a super-quick breakfast, snack, or mini-meal. Who can resist these icy cold, frothy concoctions, fondly k... Read more
I am subsisting on rice and soy sauce due to poverty, and I have to cut back more to buy a new bra because I lost weight. It galls me to have so many articles telling me to buy new workout clothes when I am happy with what I have. Native ads...yuck.... Read more
I just read another article on the dangers of soy and finally tossed my tofu and soy powder when I read that it can ruin your thyroid. I don't eat much meat and try to find plant based protein sources that aren't crazy high in calories. One source sa... Read more
What are the health benefits of tofu?In the Health Benefits section of our Soybeansfood profile, we provide an in-depth look at many of the controversial issues surrounding soy foods and their role in health. (You may want to visit that section of ou... Read more
Doctor Warns: Eat Soy and You’ll Look 5 Years OlderIn the early 1990's, soy and soy products exploded onto the supermarket scene with promises of bountiful health benefits.This "new miracle food," soy, was supposed to lower cholesterol, take the heat... Read more
Spark Team for those who have read "The Virgin Diet" by J.J. Virgin and have chosen to eliminate wheat/gluten, dairy, soy, eggs, corn, peanuts, and sugar/artificial sweeteners from their diets.... Read more
SOY JOY's TV commercials, with brightly colored animations, are really entertaining, so when our bars arrived we couldn't wait to dive in. We tried all six flavors: Berry, Strawberry, Mango Coconut, Peanut Chocolate Chip, Raisin Almond and Apple. Eve... Read more
Love meat? Read on to learn how to keep the flavor, cut the fat, all while stretching a buck! Love Italian sausage? Instead of serving up 4 giant links of sausage alongside your pasta meal, why not use one link to flavor 3/4 pound of lean ground turk... Read more
Sometimes, in the process of researching something else, I find I must step away from a belief I have held: I have always felt lethargic after eating soy and had associated that feeling with the prevelant myth that soy negatively affects thyroid func... Read more
... that is the question. There's been so much controversy around soy, that I really don't know whether to include it in my life or not. I'd switched to whey awhile ago, but just wondered what your thoughts are.
Anyone have an opinion on this?... Read more
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