INFOGRAPHIC: Myth vs Fact – The Anticancer and Health Benefits of Soy

soy and cancer infographic
Portrait of Erika Crespo Erika Crespo

Soy foods contain isoflavones, which are compounds that have a structure similar to the hormone estrogen and are considered “phytoestrogens.” Many people understandably — but falsely! — assume that these compounds increase cancer risk. However, research has found that soy does NOT increase cancer risk, and may actually lower it. View our infographic below to learn more and download our FREE eBookSoy and Cancer: Myths, Misconceptions, and What You Need to Know” to explore the truth about soy products.


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