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Soybeans - the world's healthiest food?

Our second Chemical Lunchbox of 2012, Professor Ian Rowland discusses whether soybeans are the world's healthiest foods?

The inhabitants of the Japanese region of Okinawa are officially the longest lived population in the world and also have one of the lowest mortality rates from chronic diseases like heart disease, cancer and
dementia. This has in part been ascribed to their diet, which is very high in soy -based foods like tofu and miso. So is the consumption of soy a recipe for a long and healthy life and should we in the UK be
eating more of it?


Professor Ian Rowland | talks | www


Date and Time:

3 April 2012 at 12:30 pm


1 hour



Royal Society of Chemistry
Burlington House
020 7440 3315

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