New Studies Underscore Complexity of Soy Effects on Women’s Health

Our medical minds like simple answers, a tendency sometimes at odds with the complexity of biological phenomena. Take the question of soy and women's health, for example. There's little doubt that overall, soy is a healthy food, and a great source of protein for women. But when one looks at specific tissues, and tries to determine whether soy isoflavones enhance or inhibit endogenous estrogenic effects, the simple answers quickly evaporate.

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