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Too Much Soy Could Lead To Kidney Stones

New research indicates that soybeans and soy-based foods, a staple in the diets of many health-conscious consumers, may... Read More

Soy protein reduces effects of diabetes on liver

Bethesda, MD – A group of researchers from Mexico has discovered that a diet rich in soy protein may alleviate fatty... Read More

Soybeans no longer a musical fruit?

Food chemists have removed gas-producing sugars in products containing soy - a find that could be music to... Read More

Component in soy products causes reproductive problems in laboratory mice

The illustration depicts normal egg cell development in mice as shown in the top: the bottom image shows the... Read More

Unique soybean lines hold promise for producing allergy-free soybeans

Researchers have isolated two Chinese soybean lines that grow without the primary protein linked to soy allergies in... Read More

Soy Scientists To Fill ‘Library’ With Genetic Bookmarks

March 28, 2008 — Soybean varieties with improved yield, pest resistance, protein and oil quality and quantity and other... Read More

Healthy Potato Chips: A Trans Fat Oil With Health Benefits

For plenty of good reasons, the term "trans fat" leaves a bad taste in the mouths of health-conscious consumers.... Read More

Healthful plant nutrients also found in meat and milk

Counterintuitive as it may seem, those healthful phytoestrogen nutrients that consumers usually associate with fruits and... Read More

Vegan diet

Definition noun A strictly vegetarian diet excluding all foods derived from animals Supplement A vegan diet is a strict... Read More


serine (Science: amino acid) Is synthesised by the body from the amino acids glycine or threonine. Its production requires... Read More

Vegetarian diet

Definition noun The type of diet comprised mainly or exclusively of edible plant tissues, organs and products, and excluding... Read More


Definition noun plural: isomaltoses i·so·mal·tose, aɪsoʊˈmɔːltəʊz A disaccharide formed from the combination of... Read More


Definition noun (1) Mung bean: the seed of Vigna radiata. (2) A plant of the genus Vigna in the Fabaceae family, native to... Read More


Fermentation Definition What is fermentation? Fermentation is the breaking down of sugar molecules into simpler compounds... Read More


Definition noun plural: roughages rough·age, ɹʌf'ɪdʒ (1) A dietary fiber (2) Hay or any other coarse feed, such as... Read More


Legumes Definition Legumes (singular: legume) are plants belonging to the family Leguminosae (Fabaceae). Leguminosae is... Read More

The Fat Flush Plan

The Fat Flush Plan      AUTHORS:  ... Read More


valine (Science: amino acid) An essential amino acid. Valine is found in abundant quantities in most food. Valine has a... Read More


Definition noun, singular: bacterium (Science: Microbiology) Microscopic, single-celled organisms belonging to Kingdom... Read More

High Untreated Phytic-Acid In The Diet, May Lead To Mineral Deficiencies, Specifically, During Pregnancy

High Untreated Phytic-Acid In The Diet, May Lead To Mineral Deficiencies, Specifically,During Pregnancy  *Soroush... Read More

A faster test for the food protein that triggers celiac disease

November 12, 2008 -- Researchers in Spain and the United Kingdom are reporting development of a faster test for... Read More

Food peptides activate bitter taste receptors

Researchers from the Monell Center and Tokyo University of Agriculture have used a novel molecular method to identify... Read More

Students work hand in glove for business success

A large number of disposable gloves used in surgery are punctured or damaged during operations, bringing a high risk of... Read More

Diet Supplement May Help Lower Elevated Cholesterol

Diet Supplement May Help Lower Elevated Cholesterol ROCHESTER, MINN. -- A relatively new dietary supplement called Basikol... Read More

Money doesn’t grow on trees, but gasoline might

Researchers have made a breakthrough in the development of "green gasoline," a liquid identical to standard... Read More