Soy Consumption and Obesity

@article{Roccisano2012SoyCA,
  title={Soy Consumption and Obesity},
  author={D. Roccisano and M. Henneberg},
  journal={Food and Nutrition Sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={2012},
  pages={260-266}
}
Obesity is now present worldwide, including China, India and developing countries. It now seems no longer acceptable to argue that obesity can simply be explained in terms of caloric consumption only using simple concept of energy in and energy out. There may be specific causes of altered metabolism that produce nutritional imbalances. Individual variation in response to food intake may also be considered. Specific substances in the food chain can influence meta-bolism towards an increase in… Expand
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