As per a study being taken out by a group of researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine and the USC Keck School of Medicine, it has been revealed that there is neutral effect of soy on postmenopausal women.
The study researchers were of the view that they thought to conduct the study on the topic as a lot has been said about the benefits of soy on women. Lead researcher Victor Henderson, who is professor of health research and policy and of neurology and neurological sciences at Stanford, was of the view that for a long time, they have been hearing that soy consumption and improvement in cognitive abilities are linked.
However, they did not find any such benefit. The study is yet to be published in the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology, which will state that 12-month trial on Dutch women found no significant effect on cognitive abilities.
“They should be pleased that there aren't negative effects on overall cognitive function and that there are potential gains in aspects of memory”, said Henderson. He further affirmed that there is no need to conduct a further research on the matter, as sample size of his study was big enough to reach at a conclusion.
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