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Are Soy Formulas Affecting Hormones in Infants?

Adorable baby boy playing on a blue floor mat and drinking milk from a bottle in a white sunny nursery with rocking chair and bassinet. Bedroom interior with infant crib. Formula drink for infant.

by Paul Fassa

Health Impact News

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), 25 percent of commercial infant formulas are soy based.

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