Soy, Selenium Claims Should Perhaps Be Expanded, Not Weakened – CRN
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The Council for Responsible Nutrition recommends FDA maintain the health claim linking soy protein and reduced heart disease risk and consider adding language to address the "possible contribution" of other soy components
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