Soy And Milk

Foods Everyone Should Be Eating

…green tea has also been found to boost your immune system so it is better prepared to fight off infections. By the way, don't add milk, non-dairy creamer, or soy milk to your tea, because they lessen the insulin-enhancing effect of EGCG. Lemon juice is okay. Back to Top Healthy Oils I'm always asked…

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Natural Therapies for Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

…granules a day can help eliminate the pain and numbness associated with carpal tunnel syndrome. I like the granular form of lecithin. It is derived from soy and is a simple, tasty way to get sufficient amounts of this essential nutrient. Although I like the nutty taste, it's difficult to just swallow the…

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Recommendations for Breast Health

…your head.) One 3-minute session on each side nightly is all it takes. Diet * Eat more soybean products: Increase the amount of soy, like tofu, tempeh, soy milk and roasted soy nuts, in your diet. Researchers have found that soybeans contain a natural substance that has been shown to promote breast health…

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Eat More Protein, Retain More Muscle

…important part of the overall diet, they don’t provide the amino acid profile needed to build or retain muscle. And while soy might be touted as a great protein, whey or even milk protein (which contains whey and casein) is far superior at putting on lean muscle tissue. (Am J Clin Nutr 07 Aug;86(2):373–81…

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How to Relieve Gas Naturally

…"live" foods have been around since the beginning of humankind. Fermented vegetables, fermented milk products (clabber, yogurt, cheese, buttermilk), kefir, fermented soy products (natto, miso, tempeh, soy sauce, fermented tofu), and even naturally fermented, unpasteurized beers are some of the most complete…

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Natural Treatments and Remedies for Acid Reflux

…"live" foods have been around since the beginning of humankind. Fermented vegetables, fermented milk products (clabber, yogurt, cheese, buttermilk), kefir, fermented soy products (natto, miso, tempeh, soy sauce, fermented tofu), and even naturally fermented, unpasteurized beers are some of the most complete…

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