BBI from soybeans displays promise against cancer Soybeans soaking in tepid to warm water could turn into a new ‘green’ supply for creation of a cancer-fighting element now manufactured in an elaborate and time-consuming industrial procedure, researchers are reporting in ACS’ Journal of Meals and Agricultural Chemistry. Hari B. Krishnan and co-workers explain that the element, Bowman-Birk Protease Inhibitor , shows promise for preventing specific types of cancer in scientific trials medical news . Those human assessments resulted from proof BBI’s beneficial results, including indications that BBI produced from the huge amounts of soybeans in traditional Japanese diet plans might underpin low tumor mortality prices in Japan.

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