HOW THEY HELP: BEANS IN THE DIET
- Nutritionally enhanced soya on way. Buss, Jessica // Farmers Weekly;2/8/2002, Vol. 136 Issue 6, p36
Reports that soyabean with improved nutritional value for livestock and people could be commercially available by 2007. Plants producing nutritionally enhanced food which have already been developed in 2002; Benefits of modified crops.
- The soybean cometh of age. COLLINS, RICHARD E. // Total Health;Dec98/Jan99, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p54
Discusses the health benefits of soybean. Countries where soy has been the major protein source; Beneficial properties of soy protein; Variety of soy meat alternatives; Top ten soy facts.
- The Joys of Edamame. Navazio, John // Mother Earth News;Jun/Jul2002, Issue 192, p64
Provides information on edamame or green soybeans. Health benefits that can be derived from eating edamame; Details of planting and growing edamames; Information on the ideal time for harvesting.
- Better Soy Than Sorry. Goff, Karen Goldberg // Insight on the News;04/30/2001, Vol. 17 Issue 16, p28
Focuses on the health benefits of soy. Approval of the United States Food and Drug Administration on the health benefits of soy; Effect of soy on breast cancer; Information on the study conducted on the effects of soy isoflavones on osteoperosis.
- Foliar Sensitivity of Pinto Bean and Soybean to Ozone as Affected byTemperature, Potassium Nutrition and Ozone Dose Tingey, David T.; Heck, Walter W.; Dunning, John A. // Water, Air & Soil Pollution;Sep1974, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p305
No abstract available.
- Color by Soy: Genistein Linked to Epigenetic Effects. Weinhold, Bob // Environmental Health Perspectives;Apr2006, Vol. 114 Issue 4, pA240
The article reports on studies indicating that a pregnant mother's exposure to environmental substances can affect the child she is carrying. One study has revealed the first direct evidence that maternal exposure to a phytoestrogen in soy can cause lifelong epigenetic changes or changes in gene...
- Beans NO LONGER A BORE. Liebman, Bonnie; Hurley, Jayne // Nutrition Action Health Letter;May99, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p13
Provides information on beans. How to prepare beans for cooking; Nutrients; Bean cuisine; Brands of ready-to-eat beans; Details on the fat, sodium and fiber content of beans.
- BEER AND SOYNUTS. O'Reilly, Gwen // Canadian Organic Grower;Spring2009, Vol. 6 Issue 2, p30
The article presents information on edamame. It is a Japanese snack usually compared with Japanese beer. Edamame are sweet, buttery beans picked green, boiled or steamed in the pods, and served with a sprinkling of coars salt. It is made from varieties of soybeans that have been bred to produce...
- Soy to the world. // American Fitness;Nov/Dec98, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p33
Focuses on soya's contribution to lowering cholesterol. Component of soya responsible for such effect; Information on a study conducted at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.