The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 13
Look for 2nd " Session 8 · Plenary Session: Cognitive..
Posted By: Lynne (%+)
In Response To: The Soy Study (Claire (A))
I assume you are talking about the Soy Symposium 1999 link (which I put below).
And yes, I noticed that once again, only men were tested. But since I have already had my share of time on the soap box expounding on the gender bias in "scientific methods" used in research; I decided to let someone else have the floor.
It seems like later on they had second thoughts about this and decided to interveiw the some of the wives of some of the participants... And they didn't give exact numbers on the women in this summary (I am assuming this is a summary... not the entire publication of this study).
I would like to see the full report on this study as it seems like they left an awful lot of information out.
But, to get back to your question, this was not the only study on this subject. Click on the link below and find "Tofu Consumption and Cognition in Older Japanese American Men and Women". Or look for the 2nd occurrence of "Session 8 · Plenary Session: Cognitive Function". This whole section is on Soy and Cognition.
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Claire (A) -- Thursday, 27 January 2000, at 9:43 a.m.
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