The intake of soluble fiber:
may worsen morning sickness and irritable bowel syndrome
(from foods, less likely from supplements) may be associated with increased satiety and a small reduction in blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose levels
may not be associated with lower risk of constipation, diabetes type 2, cardiovascular disease and ...
The available evidence suggests:
Drinking distilled water in usual amounts in everyday life, which includes regular meals, does not likely remove needed minerals from the human body in significant (harmful) amounts.
Drinking large amounts of distilled water in a short time can result in water intoxication, but the danger is about the same as ...
Exclusive breastfeeding, when possible, is the most suitable form of feeding for all healthy infants, including the vegan ones, up to 6 months of age (Vegan Society, World Health Organization). "Breastfeeding keeps mother and baby close. Physical contact is important to newborns. It helps them feel more secure, warm, and comforted. Mothers also ...
Question: Can anything be more hydrating than plain water?
Yes, fluids that contain certain amount of sugars and sodium can be more hydrating than plain water, which can be beneficial in prevention or treatment of dehydration during prolonged endurance exercise (Nutrition & Metabolism, 2009).
In everyday life, when you are not dehydrated ...
A 2019 meta-review The effects of plant-based diets on the body and the brain: a systematic review looks at the available evidence. The final sentence of the abstract is
Still, putative effects of plant-based diets on brain health and cognitive functions as well as the underlying mechanisms remain largely unexplored and new studies need to ...
If you're talking about small babies, here's a review of soy formulas: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24507712 (emphasis mine)
The present review includes cross-sectional, case-control, cohort
studies or clinical trials that were carried out in children fed SIF [soya-based infant formulas]
compared with those fed other types of infant formulas ...
In endurance exercise lasting for more than an hour, sports drinks can be beneficial over plain water because they can promote water absorption and retention, maintain physical performance and prevent water intoxication.
The optimal content of sports drinks: sugar: 3-6 g/100 mL; sodium: 20-50 mmol/L (460-1,150 mg/L).
1) Stimulation of water ...