What you need to know about soy-based foods and supplements

The Associated Press reports that soy-related food products are often used to make products like soy milk, soy cream, soy butter, soy cheese, soy flour, soy protein powder, soy proteins, soy sauces and soy oil.

The AP reports that some soy-derived foods and drinks contain phytoestrogens, which have been linked to cancer.

They include soy milk and soy protein products.

The AP also reported that the AP found evidence that soy products contain phytosterols, which are found in soybeans, but are not generally used in the production of soy products.

Some physoestrogens have been associated with a range of health problems, including heart disease, type 2 diabetes, obesity and stroke.

But the AP notes that soy protein supplements can be beneficial in the prevention of cancer, as long as they are supplemented with other healthy foods.

The EPA says phytoprotective and phyospecific phytic acid are phytosanoids, which can be found in some types of soy protein.

Phytosans have been shown to reduce cancer risk.

But there’s another type of phytol in soy that’s often added to soy milk: phycotoxins.

These phytoxins have been found to be carcinogenic in rats and other animals.

The USDA has banned phytotoxins in soy.

So soy-containing foods can’t be marketed without them, the AP says.

The EPA has also banned phyotoxin from soy products because of possible health risks.

The agency also says phytotinamide is an organophosphate, which is found in many plants and has been linked with cancer.