Posted by Chantel M. Contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
Dr. Tanya Tillett in the study of Full of Beans? Early Soy Exposure Associated with Less Feminine Play in Girls, posted in US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, acknowledge that soy users in the study were not exclusively fed soy
formula in all instances, nor could they assess a dose–response
relationship between soy feeding and PSAI score. These preliminary data
suggest a subtle reduction in female-typical play behaviors at age 42
months in girls who were fed soy formula or soy milk early in life—an
association that weakened by age 57 months. Replication of these
findings in cohorts with more prevalent soy use and improved exposure
assessment is needed.
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