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The Myth and Reality of Soyfoods Soon North Dakota farm fields will be covered by emerging soybeans. North Dakota has become one of the nation's leading soybean producing states. Soy is one of the world's most widely reality, soyfoods do not contain estrogen. Clinical evidence indicates that soyfoods do not feminize men MYTH: Eating soy foods raise your risk for Soy foods are safe for women and provide fiber a cancer-fighter Dr. Messina explains. "Soy doesn't lower testosterone levels or lower sperm count. The myth may have its roots in the fact that naturally present isoflavones in soyfoods are commonly referred to as plant estrogens. The good news is that soyfoods may offer health benefits sought and consumed foods and a valuable feed ingredient. Despite this, there is still misinformation, internet searches can turn up dozens of dubious reports questioning its healthiness. Linda Funk has heard them all. As executive director of The oyfoods Council, she works to promote the facts and the health for men, including protection against prostate cancer April is Soyfoods Month Soy ingredients are found in hundreds of Zeveryday products on store shelves including protein bars, soybean oil and soy flour. Soy protein and soyfoods are versatile and easy to incorporate into everyday meals. Soynuts, edamame and soymik Soy is a great lean protein" Funk says. Tt's low in cholesterol and All of these health claims are supported by unbiased, peer-reviewed has great protein density research The Soy Nutrition Institute (SNI) was established to identify soy and health research priorities, and to provide evidence-based informa- are great products to start enjoying immediately tion on the impact of soybeans and soy components on human health DID YOU KNOW You can also find more information about the health benefits of ly recognized expert in soy soyfoods by visiting or soyconnection The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recognizes soybean oll as heart-healthy Eating soyfoods when young may dramatically reduce the risk of developing breast cancer Soybean isoflavones help alleviate hot flashes . Soy protein helps build muscle and increase stth actually fare better than patients who do n foods and SNI executive director says soyfood myths persist. To learn more about food, how it's grown and connect with real North Dakota farmers, visit CommonGround North Dakota's Face- The first myth is that cancer survivors should avoid soyfoods such as tofu and soymilk. In fact, new research offers evidence that breast cancer patients who consume soyfoods after their diagno not consume soyfoods Story by North Dakota Soybean Council. Photos courtesy of the Soyfoods improve several areas of cognitive function Soyfoods may benefit breast cancer survivors Eating soy can reduce prostate cancer risk Dr.Messina says. The position of both the American Cancer Society and the American Institute for Cancer Research is that breast cancer Another myth is that soyfoods contain estrogen and men who eat them may experience feminization or even impaired fertility. Innd