"Growing Healthy Children" by Sue Radd

"Growing Healthy Children" by Sue Radd [LQ]

What is the role of soy food in growing healthy children? Recently research has shown that soy food can reduce the chance of heart disease and stoke. But the question is what role does it play in growing children? Will it have long term effects?

Date Posted: 23 Oct 2008
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Eat to Live
Sue Radd is one of Australia's leading nutritionists and health communicators. Sue is Director of the Nutrition and Wellbeing Clinic in Castle Hill, and a consultant to the food and pharmaceutical i... [more]

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