2020
DOI: 10.1590/1981-6723.12919
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Abstract: Soy consumption is a millenary habit of populations of the eastern world and has recently increased in the western world. The risks and benefits of this practice have been extensively studied, with a current fundamental need of integration of available information. The aim of this study was to carry out an integrative review on this topic, in order to consolidate the available information. Based on the main question: “What is the impact of soy consumption on human health?”, were reviewed publications classifie… Show more

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“…For centuries, Asians have consumed large amounts of isoflavone-rich soybeans and soy products [ 134 , 135 ]. That has changed significantly with the shift towards a “western” diet rich in energy and fat [ 129 , 136 ], yet they still consume more soy products than Westerners [ 137 ]; that is why the influence of major soy isoflavones on the risks of developing type 2 diabetes is being investigated.…”
Section: Genistein As a Biologically Active Plant Compoundmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For centuries, Asians have consumed large amounts of isoflavone-rich soybeans and soy products [ 134 , 135 ]. That has changed significantly with the shift towards a “western” diet rich in energy and fat [ 129 , 136 ], yet they still consume more soy products than Westerners [ 137 ]; that is why the influence of major soy isoflavones on the risks of developing type 2 diabetes is being investigated.…”
Section: Genistein As a Biologically Active Plant Compoundmentioning
confidence: 99%