The pandemic and quarantine have created a perfect storm for weight gain—life has been disrupted, schedules are out of whack, gyms are closed. We’re moving less, burning fewer calories, and stressing and snacking more. Overlake providers answer your questions about nutrition and activity during COVID-19 and how to maintain your health.
Soy foods’ isoflavones (naturally occurring plant compounds) were once believed to act like estrogen, raising the risk of cancer. We now know that we had it wrong! Studies have shown that soy consumption from foods, protein powders and isoflavone supplements show no increased risk of any type of cancer.