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Phytoestrogens Associated with Favorable Cardiovascular Risk Profile – (02-04-02)

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Phytoestrogens Associated with Favorable Cardiovascular Risk Profile

Remember research a few weeks back that found that high dose phytoestrogen did not affect blood lipids? I had to comment that the study used high dose phytoestrogen extract, not the whole food.

This article addresses phytoestrogen intake as a part of the diet and found favorable outcomes. I firmly believe that soy and other phytoestrogen containing foods are an essential part of a healthy lifestyle.

nutrition.org — Abstracts: de Kleijn et al. 132 (2): 276

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