If you cater to families, you might consider adding some soy options to your menu. Why? A recent study suggests that girls and teens who consume soy regularly may see a reduced incidence of breast cancer later in life. Scientists have long recognized that Japanese women are much less likely to develop breast cancer than American women. Early on, it was proposed that the Japanese consumption of soy-based foods might be one reason for this difference. But over the past 20 years since the ...
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