The humble soybean has come a long way. Today, soy is everywhere and in every possible form—beans, nuts, milk, yogurt, cheese, flour, tofu, tempeh, and “meat” analogs, to name a few. You can eat soy alone, cooked, or combined with o... Read more
There was a time in recent history when the closest Americans willingly came to soybeans was by driving through farm country. The only milk you could find at the grocery store came from cows, and the word “tofu” conjured images of bell-bo... Read more
What exactly does that little soybean do? Turns out that it is a nutritional powerhouse, and although no governmental guidelines have been issued as to how much you should consume a day as part of your healthy diet, most researchers and health pr... Read more
A new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition tested 19 subjects on three different diets. Researchers measured appetite, caloric intake, body weight, and fat mass, as well as blood measurements for insulin, leptin (the hormone... Read more
Dig out the blender! (Don’t worry, nothing high-tech.) Throw in a few simple, nutritious ingredients, give it a whirl and you’ve got a super-quick breakfast, snack, or mini-meal. Who can resist these icy cold, frothy concoctions, fondly k... Read more
There are some differences in products in various regions. I don't know why, but I have seen it myself. So it is possible that the info that those members entered matched the item they had at that time (products also change nutrition info from time... Read more
There are 2 entries that are for that product in our database and they both list 2 carbs. There are numerous member-entered entries for that item though, so it is likely a member-entered item that you saw like that. How exactly is the name of... Read more
Amazing product This Fruit based beverage, packed with antioxidants, add to your signature drinks and pastries you make and your smoothies to start your day.. Containing over 32 health-boosting components, ingredients incorporated are Chaga, Noni,... Read more
Hypothyroidism is generally treated with synthetic thyroid hormone — and soy has long been thought to interfere with the body's ability to absorb the medication. Until the medical community can assure me (I have hypothyroidism) it's safe for me to co... Read more
Doctor Warns: Eat Soy and You’ll Look 5 Years OlderIn the early 1990's, soy and soy products exploded onto the supermarket scene with promises of bountiful health benefits.This "new miracle food," soy, was supposed to lower cholesterol, take the heat... Read more
Each Friday during Lent, the dailySpark will feature a different meat-free main dish. Whether you observe Lent or not, we can all benefit from learning about alternate, affordable proteins. This is the final blog in the Meat-Free Friday series. View... Read more
Last Thursday I watched First Lady Michelle Obama, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Surgeon General Regina Benjamin unveil the new food icon, MyPlate. I love the new icon that replaces the often times confusing MyPyramid image as a visual cue a... Read more
Soy production is destroying the Amazon forest along with the people and animals who live there. Soy is all about money. If you are vegan PLEASE find a sustainable substitute for soy and soy based products. And don't buy foods that have any soy in th... Read more
Is Soy good for you? I have done some research and found conflicting information. I was using a soy based protein powder for my fruit smoothies. I had more energy in the morning, felt better and the stamina i obtained throughout the morning was much... Read more
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