Alcohol-extracted, but not intact, dietary soy protein lowers lipoprotein(a) markedly.

@article{Meinertz2002AlcoholextractedBN,
  title={Alcohol-extracted, but not intact, dietary soy protein lowers lipoprotein(a) markedly.},
  author={Hans Meinertz and Karin Nilausen and J{\o}rgen Hilden},
  journal={Arteriosclerosis, thrombosis, and vascular biology},
  year={2002},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          312-6
        }
}
We previously found that dietary soy protein produces higher lipoprotein(a) [Lp(a)] plasma concentrations than does casein. This study tested the hypothesis that soy protein contains Lp(a)-raising alcohol-removable components. Twelve normolipidemic women and men consumed, in a crossover design, liquid-formula diets containing casein, soy protein, or alcohol-extracted soy protein. Dietary periods of 32 days were separated by washout periods on self-selected diets. Fasting lipid and Lp(a) levels… CONTINUE READING
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