Therapeutic Potential of Soybean Proteins for IBD Symptoms Seen in Mice

Therapeutic Potential of Soybean Proteins for IBD Symptoms Seen in Mice
Results from a preclinical study at Penn State show that soybean proteins can reduce inflammation and protect the gut barrier in mouse models of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). These results may support additional clinical studies on the therapeutic use of soy protein in the diet of IBD patients. The study, “Soy protein concentrate mitigates markers of colonic inflammation and loss of gut barrier function in vitro and in vivo,” was published in The Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry. Soybeans and their purified proteins have been widely explored and studied as anticancer therapeutics. Although some studies suggested that
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