Is soy safe?

Toby Smithson
Nutrition & Dietetics

Soy is considered a safe food and has been consumed for centuries by people in Asia as well as by vegetarians in the United States. There is no clinical evidence that has shown soy to be unsafe in all populations. There has been some debate over safety for women diagnosed with breast cancer but the American Cancer Society has stated soy foods can be safely consumed after a diagnosis of breast cancer. There is also evidence that soy intake may actually improve prognosis of breast cancer survivors.

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