SOY


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AcronymDefinition
SOYShame on You
SOYStuck on You
SOYSailor of the Year
SOYSupporting Our Youth (Canada)
SOYSounds of Yesteryear (music label)
SOYServe Our Youth Network (Pella, IA)
SOYSorority of the Year
SOYStraight Outta York
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women (like their heavier weight) put them at greater risk from soy than Chinese women?
Soy protein is a high quality, plant-based protein that's comparable with meat, dairy and eggs.
Looking ahead, Mintel expects that the market for soy food and beverages won't perform well, declining another 17% during 2010 to 2012.
Soy wax will burn completely whereas paraffin usually leaves a portion of wax at the bottom of the container
Li was able to get the best of both worlds by coaxing soy protein to cross-link with the adhesive's second major ingredient--a proprietary resin known as kymene--in a similar manner to mussel adhesive.
Recent studies also indicate that a diet rich in soy protein may help maintain healthy breast, endometrial, prostate, and colon tissues.
Farmers in Rio Grande do Sul are also not overly concerned about separating production of genetically modified soy and natural soy, although mixing could cause the modified version to damage the natural version as well as other plant life.
Because soy is such an adaptable product with health benefits that are just now being fully explored, we expect interest in soy to be maintained for the long term," notes Paddy Spence, president of SPINS, based in San Francisco.
375), but few studies have explored whether soy estrogens hinder the immune system.
The film-forming ability of soy proteins has been used in the Far East to make soy protein-lipid films called yuba films.
I don't know about you, but for the past year or so I've gotten very confused about the safety of soy.