Soy Can Help Lower LDL Cholesterol
A meta-analysis of 43 trials suggested that soy could reduce LDL (“bad”) cholesterol in the body. High levels of LDL cholesterol can lead to a buildup in the arteries, increasing the risk of serious conditions, such as heart attack and stroke.
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Certain plant foods (nuts and soy protein) and food components (viscous fibers and plant sterols) have been permitted by the FDA to carry a heart health claim based on their cholesterol-lowering ability. The FDA is currently considering revoking the heart health claim for soy protein due to a perceived lack of consistent LDL cholesterol reduction in randomized controlled trials.
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