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    Humans have been eating soy beans for almost 5000 years. The soybean is high in protein. The quality of protein from soy equals that of ...
  2. ... shrimp, crab, and lobster (people of all ages) Soy (mostly in children) Tree nuts (people of all ... milk formula, your provider may suggest trying a soy-based formula or something called an elemental formula, ...
  3. Images ... The soybean has been a part of the human diet for almost 5,000 years. Unlike most plant foods, the soybean is high in protein ...
  4. ... added to them (fortified), such as cereal and soy products Nutritional yeast Seafood such as clams, salmon, ... vitamin D, such as orange juice, cow's milk, soy milk, rice milk, and cereals Zinc : Zinc is ...
  5. ... meat, poultry, seafood, beans and peas, eggs, processed soy products, nuts and nut butters, and seeds. Beans ... fat when cooking. Substitute peas, lentils, beans, or soy in place of meat at least once a ...
  6. ... re not sure, talk with your infant's provider. Soy-based formulas: These formulas are made using soy proteins. They do not contain lactose. The American ...
  7. ... Therefore, it seems that a diet rich in soy foods may improve symptoms of vaginal dryness. There ... ideal sources or dose is still not known. Soy foods include tofu, soy milk, and whole soybeans ( ...
  8. ... these problems, your health care provider may recommend soy milk. But many children who are allergic to milk are also allergic to soy. Children usually outgrow allergies or intolerances by the ...
  9. ... products. These include foods such as orange juice, soy milk, tofu, ready-to-eat cereals, and breads. ... diet need to be sure to also include soy products and fortified products in order to get ...
  10. ... treated cow's milk for older children and adults Soy formulas for infants younger than 2 years Soy or rice milk for toddlers You can add ...
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