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Soy Cheese Nutrition Facts
NO: Question if soy milk is in the same group as "milk, yogurt, cheese" group. NO. Soy milk is soy based, which is a different protein than cow's milk protein. Traditional milk, yogurt, and cheese are made from cow's milk. All these have alternative to cow's milk, such as soy, almond, coconut, etc. ...Read more
Will exercise enhace breast size and what is the exercise or eating soy milk and soy cheese enhance breast size too? I'm 21
Upper body...: Upper body exercises that will strengthen and enlarge the pectoralis major and minor will help to give the impression of a larger bust. There aren't any exercises to specifically increase breast tissue, since they are modified sweat glands packed in fat. ...Read more
I am a 61 year old woman who is a vegetarian. I eat nuts, eggs, fish, and cheese for protein. I am losing hair. The cause? I am not real fond of fresh greens, but I eat a lot of citrus fruit, and sometimes fresh green vegetables. I drink soy milk. Cou
There: There is a possibility that your hair loss could be from your diet (iron deficiency) or it could be from another cause such as a thyroid disorder, hereditary hair loss, over styling, a scalp condition, polycystic ovarian syndrome, or even lupus. Before just assuming it is your diet, you should give your doctor a call. They will be able to examine you and possibly run some simple blood test to rule out non-diet related reasons for hair loss. Many of these are treatable, so having the correct diagnosis is key! Good luck! ...Read more
Hello, is it good eating cheese and drink tea with it, I just heard that it's will destroying the nutritional value of the both, is it right? Thanks.
It depends: You might be referring to milk possibly inactivating the flavonoids (catechins) or antioxidant effects of tea. Some studies show this, even though in many parts of the world it's common to have milk with tea. Http://www. Npr. Org/blogs/thesalt/2012/09/27/161895873/health-benefits-of-tea-milking-it-or-not the same might be true with eating cheese. You still get some, if not as much, benefit. ...Read more
Is nutritional yeast healthy? I hear it has a flavor sort of like cheese. I love cheese. I overeat it & it can kick off a binge. Need alternative.
Eat pickled food: Yeast is the normal bacteria found in breads, yogurts, cheese etc that provide natural probiotics. An alternative to cheese like products is to eat other naturally occurring live food that cultures have enjoyed for many years such as Kim-chee, pickled veggies and fruit found in many Asian markets or visit your local health food store and ask them for advice. ...Read more
I have substituted diary milk for soya milk for about 3 months now. Are they any sideeffects associated with soy, goal being weight loss and nutrition?
Nutrition Question: is soy protein oxidized in the liver, thus, it is not used for tissue repair and growth? Are people using it for sports wasting
I'm seeing more products with pea protein as an ingredient. How does it compare nutritionally to other protein sources? Is it a safer choice than soy?
Not "safer": Pea protein powder has a certain composition of base amino acids as compared to other protein sources. The important thing is to mix it up and not use a single source chronically for weeks and months. Soy has come under scrutiny for its estrogenic and chemical containing compositions. There is plenty on the internet about this debate. It's not necessarily "less safe" - it's just your goal ...Read more
Read the Label: This is a difficult question to answer as a variety of processed foods contain soy. Luckily food producers have to label soy as an ingredient in their products. If you would like to know what proceeded foods contain soy just read the food labels on packaging and they will let you know if soy is an ingredient. ...Read more
Soy has become very controversial over the past few years. Like anything else, make sure you come it it moderation.
I recommend that you just eat soy that is guaranteed to be non-GMO. Also stick to the whole soy as much as you can and avoid products where the soy has been heavily processed.
Choose to whole foods in great variety and make food your best medicine! ...Read more
As above: I am curious to know why this is important? ...Read more
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Maybe but NO: I will repeat another answer: if you go to cardiology for heart problem and the dr. Recommends a heart drug, I doubt seriously you would suggest or? Whether a tea brewed from the foxglove (digitalis) plant would be "ok" as a substitute for the drug ordered. The cardiologist would struggle with that? Why is it that women want to bypass good modern medical therapy for hormones? ...Read more
Hi Odds No! Why?: There is lots of marketing about ↓$ to produce processed plant stuff. Yet we are not plants; we are animals, with lots of cholesterol as a building block of every cell membrane, have bodies evolved from living as hunter/gathers who can be sold lots of confusing nonsense. Look up "soy tyrosine" on Google, e.g. the mercola. Com article & Study: http://goo. Gl/foDTU0, http://goo. Gl/e2lDwm, my answers ...Read more
TheJoyOfSoyForTheBoy: Yes, the male cows fed them: they grow bigger. As for you, if you're worried about the estrogen effects of soy isoflavones, I wouldn't.You'd have to eat a cow's worth every day and even then, it's doubrful you'd soon be buying lipstick. Humans metabolize them efficiently and there aren't many legit studies that demonstrate much of a problem. Eat in moderation- and let me know if your bra size changes. ...Read more
Corn-both likely GMO:
In 2011 88% of the us corn crop was gmo while 94% of the soy crop was gmo. It is reasonable to presume that virtually all products containing corn and soy as long as their oils, corn syrup, soy protein etc. Are gmo unless labeled organic. Gmo corn and soy have not been proven safe. See http://www. Nongmoproject. Org/learn-more/what-is-gmo/
and http://drrandybaker. Com/2013/04/22/organic-food-diet/. ...Read more
None: There are really no foods that are really rich in estrogens. ...Read more
Probably not.: Estrogens from plants or phytoEstrogens are similar but not identical to human estrogen. We don't yet understand the full effects, but phytoEstrogens can have some of the same effects as estrogen in the body, but may not effect the measured estrogen levels. ...Read more
Soy is good for you!: Soy products are an excellent source of proteins. Plant based proteins are much better for your health thsan the animal based proteins. So enjoy them and stay healthy. ...Read more
Probably not...: Have you used cialis? If yes, for someone at 32 without other illnesses, it raises my concern of possible overindulgence and obsession in some aspect of life including sex, which will surely and negatively affect personal energy and ability for daily living. As to tofu/soy affecting cilais, I don't think so. But personal trying and watching with or without them will tell the story. ...Read more
Plant estrogens safe: All soy products as well as other plant products like beans, sprouts & even garlic have plant based Estrogens called phytoestrogens. They are weaker than the ones animals & humans produce. Normal consumption of those products are safe and without consequences. ...Read more