Enjoy nutritious soy foods in moderation, dietitian says

05/5/2014 | Food & Nutrition Magazine online

Soy contains many nutrients and may have wider disease-related benefits, but people should not eat it in excess because at high levels there can be health risks, registered dietitian Ginger Hultin writes. She recommends people eat one to two servings per day and choose soy foods that are in their most natural state, such as edamame beans and tempeh, and have the least processing, such as soy milk and tofu.

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