Risks and benefits of dietary isoflavones for cancer.

@article{Andres2011RisksAB,
  title={Risks and benefits of dietary isoflavones for cancer.},
  author={Susanne Andres and Klaus Abraham and Klaus Erich Appel and A. Lampen},
  journal={Critical reviews in toxicology},
  year={2011},
  volume={41 6},
  pages={
          463-506
        }
}
A high intake of fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of cancer. In this context, considerable attention is paid to Asian populations who consume high amounts of soy and soy-derived isoflavones, and have a lower risk for several cancer types such as breast and prostate cancers than populations in Western countries. Hence, interest focuses on soyfoods, soy products, and soy ingredients such as isoflavones with regard to their possible beneficial effects that were observed in… CONTINUE READING
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