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  1. Soy From the National Institutes of Health (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health)  
    https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/soy ... https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/soy ... https://www.nccih.nih.gov/health/soy
  2. ... effects of DHEA.SoyIt was previously thought that soy might decrease the effects of DHEA, but this ... It was previously thought that eating soy or a high fiber diet might decrease the effects of DHEA, but this doesn't seem to be a major concern.
  3. Calcium From the National Institutes of Health (National Institutes of Health, Office of Dietary Supplements)  
    ... many fruit juices and milk substitutes such as soy and almond beverages, as well as some brands ... fortified fruit juices and milk substitutes such as soy and almond beverages, tofu, and ready-to-eat ...
  4. ... including hard salami and pepperoni); canned figs; avocados; soy sauce; turkey; yeast extracts; papaya products (including certain ...
  5. ... spinach and collard greens; and tofu and other soy products. Ask your doctor if you are not ...
  6. ... including hard salami and pepperoni); canned figs; avocados; soy sauce; turkey; yeast extracts; papaya products (including certain ...
  7. ... powder may be added to water, milk, formula, soy milk, or dietary supplements. Mix well, and drink ...
  8. ... include cumin, dyer's broom, kudzu, red clover, and soy.Herbs and supplements that slow blood clottingYerba mate ...
  9. ... include cumin, dyer's broom, kudzu, red clover, and soy.Herbs and supplements that might slow blood clottingGuarana ...
  10. ... include cumin, dyer's broom, kudzu, red clover, and soy.Herbs and supplements that might slow blood clottingBlack ...
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