“Several studies have been published demonstrating a positive effect for both cancer and heart disease in regard to soy intake.” 1,2. -
~Homemade ramen broth with silken tofu~
With all the fad diets and nutritional tips that can be found easily online, it may seem hard to weed out what is fact or fiction.
We try our best to stay up-to-date on current literature regarding nutrition but in general, a “best practices” approach is the way to go as it not only makes sense physiologically, but is also the easiest approach to adhere to long-term for individuals.
However, with the increase of intolerance type disorders in the 21st century, knowing which foods to eliminate in your diet to ENHANCE health can be an important step in improving overall wellness.
Dr. Jennifer Rakus at Modern Health and Wellness offers all patients personalized nutrition strategies utilizing a laboratory intolerance test. This test assesses for food intolerances that could be contributing to a patients systemwide inflammation, weight gain or other health issues.
Please feel free to contact us to learn more!
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1. The association of soy food consumption with the risk of subtype of breast cancers defined by hormone receptor and HER2 status. Baglia ML, et al. Int J Cancer. 2016
2. Soy and isoflavones, the truth behind the science in breast cancer. Douglass CC, Johnson SA, Arjmandi BH, Anticancer Med Chem. 2013 Oct; 13(8 ):1178-87.