Le soja : ce qu'il peut faire pour votre santé

Par Juliette Pouyat Publié le 29/01/2016 Mis à jour le 10/03/2017 Edition Abonné
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Le soja pourrait aider à prévenir certains cancers et d'autres maladies. Tour d’horizon.

Le soja est une légumineuse cultivée depuis plus de 9000 ans qui peut être consommée sous des formes variées : « lait » (tonyu), farine, huile, sauce, tofu, miso... Le soja (Glycine max) ne doit pas être confondu avec le haricot mungo (Phaseolus aureus) appelé « germe de soja » et consommé...

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