Study title and author:
Soy infant formula and phytoestrogens.
Ministry of Health, Wellington, New Zealand. firstname.lastname@example.org
This paper can be accessed at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12919490
There is an increasing number of recent reports that suggest that in experimental animals, phytoestrogens have adverse effects with respect to cancer, reproductive function, immune function, and thyroid disease.
Tuohy concludes that soy should probably not be consumed by infants and children because of it's potential adverse side effects.
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Recipe of the day
Thai Chicken with Cauliflower and Diced Peppers
|Food Mall: Chicken Thighs|
Two 4-oz cans of mild green chilies
One package of fresh baby spinach
Extra virgin olive oil
Curry powder (red, yellow, or green)
Hokan Fish sauce
In preparation, perform the following:
Cut chicken into bite-sized cubes, cauliflower into bite-sized florets, and dice chilies into small pieces.
Heat 3-4 tablespoons of olive oil over medium heat in wok. Add 2-tablespoons of curry powder and stir-fry for one-minute. Add chicken and a good dusting of salt and stir-fry until chicken begins to brown. Add coconut milk, cauliflower, and chilies (with all liquid in cans). Add a heavy splash or three of Fish Sauce. Stir well and bring mix to a boil. Reduce heat to a simmer, cover, and let cook 10-15 minutes until cauliflower becomes tender. Serve over a bed of fresh baby spinach.