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Effects of Soy Foods in Postmenopausal Women: A Focus on Osteosarcopenia and Obesity

Journal of Obesity & Metabolic Syndrome 2020년 29권 3호 p.180 ~ 187
Tang Sijia, Du Yang, 오초롱, 노재경,
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 ( Tang Sijia ) - Kyungsung University Department of Food and Nutrition
 ( Du Yang ) - Kyungsung University Department of Food and Nutrition
오초롱 ( Oh Cho-Rong ) - Kyungsung University Department of Food and Nutrition
노재경 ( No Jae-Kyung ) - Kyungsung University Department of Food and Nutrition

Abstract


Chronic diseases in postmenopausal women are caused by rapid changes in hormones and are accompanied by rapid changes in body composition (muscle, bone, and fat). In an aging society, the health of postmenopausal women is a social issue, and people’s interest in ingesting high-quality protein is increasing in order to maintain a healthy body composition. This review aims to summarize the efficacy of soy foods and their impact on body composition. The soy protein and isoflavones contained in soy foods can improve muscle and bone density quality and reduce body weight. It is considered a breakthrough in preventing osteosarcopenia and obesity that may occur after menopause.

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Postmenopause; Body composition; Osteosarcopenia; Obesity; Soy foods; Isoflavones

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