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Soy products have become extremely popular in recent years, particularly in healthy circles, but few people know that it can also have a mediating effect on the devastating symptoms of ebola. One of the active ingredients in soy, genistein, has been directly linked to inhibiting the entry of the ebola virus into host cells, when combined with another kinase inhibitor called tyrphostin. This potent antiviral cocktail can reduce the severity of an ebola infection or prevent it altogether, so adding soy to your diet in high-risk areas for ebola is a very good choice. Protection Status
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