People with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) suffer from blocked air flow to the lungs, which makes breathing difficult. New research . . .  compared 278 people with COPD to 340 people without COPD and found that the ones without it ate more soy foods. And it made a big difference. The ones who ate the most soy had approximately 61% less chance of having COPD than the ones who ate the least.

  •  Respir Res 2009;10:56

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