Which Soy Products Can Cause Asthma?

A report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) on Thursday revealed that there are no safe levels of soya in foods or beverages.

The study found that there is no difference in the risk of asthma and that exposure to soy products can cause asthma.

The report also found that children’s exposure to soya products has decreased since the introduction of the soya ban.

“In the past, the risk to young children was much higher than today,” Dr Sarah A. Gorman, lead author of the study and a nutritionist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, told the New York Times.

“But that is no longer true.”

This report was produced by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, an advocacy group that is dedicated to protecting public health.

The Center for the Science in Public Interest is an independent, non-profit public policy organization that is based in the heart of the capital city of Washington, DC.

Learn more about the Center and its work at http://www.cse.org/index.php.

For more information, please visit: https://www2.whitehouse.gov/newsroom/media-center/press-releases/president-trump-press-conference-on-soy-product-contamination-of-food-products-preliminary-reports-released-22-august-2018/