Melanie McGrice is one of Australia’s best-known dietitians. She is a highly respected author of ‘The Pregnancy Weight Plan’ and co-author of several papers published in peer-reviewed scientific journals. An experienced media presenter on health, nutrition, and dietary issues Melanie is passionate about educating Australians to eat well, appreciate good food and maintain a healthy lifestyle. Join her free nutrition and wellbeing network at: www.melaniemcgrice.com.au
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Is soy safe when trying to conceive?
You’ll hear some people tell you that soy is a fertility superfood, whilst others say that you should avoid it at all costs… Well, as a dietitian, I always look to the research, so in this blog, I’m going to show you what the evidence says…
There’s a variety of foods that are made from soybeans… tofu, edamame, soy milk, soy protein powders, miso and tempeh, to name a few… not to mention that it’s a commonly used ingredient in processed foods.
We know that other beans and legumes, such as chickpeas and lentils, are great for us when we are trying to conceive..
This is a great article from Melanie, click here>> to read the full post.