Posted by Chantel M. research contributed US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health
According to the study of Dr. Lanou AJ, posted in PubMed, in the evidence is reviewed regarding the question of whether soy foods contribute to a dietary pattern in humans that supports and promotes bone health, showed that Soy foods are associated with improved markers of bone health and improved outcomes, especially among Asian women. Although the optimal amounts and types of soy foods needed to support bone health are not yet clear, dietary pattern evidence suggests that regular consumption of soy foods is likely to be useful for optimal bone health as an integral part of a dietary pattern that is built largely from whole plant foods.
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