Can the isoflavonoids in soy be destroyed by heat?

Although research studies are limited in this area, cooking does appear to inactivate isoflavones. These compounds do appear to be heat-sensitive, and cooking appears to lower their availability. Additional research is needed to better understand the specific heat index and cooking times that may impact isoflavones.

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