Soy Protein Safety Concerns Lack Human Adverse Effect Data - FDA
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Executive SummaryChallenges to the safety of soy protein-containing foods failed to provide documented evidence of adverse effects in humans or any information "about actual levels of potentially harmful components or about threshold levels for adverse effects in humans," FDA says in its approved soy protein health claim.
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Editor's note: Tan Sheet editors nearly 20 year ago reported on FDA approving a health claim for soy protein and the reduced risk of coronary heart disease for use with dietary supplements and food products. As the Rose Sheet today reports FDA's proposal to revoke the approval, we republish here the approval article from Oct. 25, 1999.