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The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has conducted a study that shows a low-fat vegan diet, which includes soy, can significantly reduce postmenopausal vasomotor symptoms, commonly known as hot flashes. The study observed a 95% decrease in hot flashes overall, while severe hot flashes were completely eliminated. Moderate-to-severe hot flashes decreased by 96%, and daytime and nighttime hot flashes reduced by 96% and 94%, respectively. In addition, participants on the vegan diet lost an average of 6.4 pounds.
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