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Diet rich in soy protein lowers estrogens associated with breast cancer

e Chinese Health Study. "The same may now be happening to their relatives on the Asian side of the Pacific." The study also may open new avenues for basic research to determine how soy proteins work to reduce estrone levels on the molecular level. The scientific team hypothesized that isoflavones may inhibit certain enzymes responsible for estrogen production and metabolism. "Our findings of a reduction of estrone levels in association with soy intake may represent a reduction in the production and/or an increase in the elimination of estrone," said Dr. Stanczyk. "Future studies may offer new insights into this mechanism."


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American Association for Cancer Research
23-Sep-2002


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