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Highway to Health - Sponsored by Silk

Four great reasons to sip a little Silk:

  • Soy protein has been shown to reduce cholesterol and is very low in saturated fat -- a great choice for a nutritious, heart healthy diet.
  • Soy is a "complete protein," meaning it contains all the amino acids required for optimum health.
  • Soymilk has the calcium you need, yet it's naturally free of cholesterol and lactose.
  • Soymilk tastes great, and is available in a variety of flavors including vanilla and chocolate.

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