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December 1999 Issue
FDA Allows Soy Health Claims on Labels
You've probably heard that soy is good for you, especially for your heart. Now, the Food and Drug Administration has finally agreed that food companies can spread the word. The agency is allowing health claims on labels stating that foods containing soy protein may reduce the risk of heart disease when included in a diet low in both saturated fat and cholesterol. The ruling is based on a collection of studies strongly suggesting
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