Researchers: Soy protein does not reduce "bad" cholesterol

08/11/2008 | U.S. News & World Report

Soy protein consumption has little effect on LDL cholesterol levels. Researchers made the claim after a study of 35 men and 58 women showed participants had little change in cholesterol levels after consuming soy. The results call into question previous health claims that soy foods can help lower cholesterol.

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