December 2006 Issue

Savor Soy: 9 Super Sources for Protein, Phytonutrients

Although soy is no longer considered a cure-all food, it's a healthful addition to anyone’s diet. Soy is high in fiber, low in saturated fat, and a source of high-quality protein. It's packed with minerals, B vitamins, and isoflavones, which bestow a bevy of benefits. Here, EN sorts out the wide array of soy foods.

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