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GRE Essay Topic 835 - A recent study shows that people living on the continent of North America suffer 9 times more chronic fatigue and 31 times more chronic depression than do people living on the continent of Asia. Interestingly, Asians, on average, eat 20 grams of soy per day, whereas North Americans eat virtually none. It turns out that soy contains phytochemicals called isoflavones, which have been found to possess disease-preventing properties. Thus, North Americans should consider eating soy on a regular basis as a way of preventing fatigue and depression. Discuss how well reasoned you find this argument.


North America Score: 5 September 3rd, 2015 by findscore.com
In this article the author urged to consider that North American high rates of chronic fatigue and chronic depression due to not consuming of Soya. To support this recommendation, the author points... Read more
No title Score: 4.5 July 25th, 2015 by findscore.com
The authors conclusion that North Americans must include more iso-flavones in their diet in order to combat diseases like chronic fatigue and depression, needs further probing. Factors other than i... Read more
North America Score: 6 July 13th, 2015 by findscore.com
The above argument tries to establish a direct link between soy consumption and chronic fatigue and depression. The underlying basis of the argument is that soy protein contains phytochemicals call... Read more
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Soy consumption and depression Score: 5.5 November 24th, 2014 by findscore.com
The argument's conclusion that North Americans should consider eating soy on a regular basis as a way of preventing fatigue and depression rests weekly on three primary assumptions. First of all,t... Read more
Dictation is hard Score: 4 July 9th, 2014 by findscore.com
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No title Score: 4.5 April 27th, 2011 by findscore.com
The argument is flawed because the study doesn’t show soy has directly effect on preventing chronic fatigue and there are many other factors which should be considered in. First of all, the argu... Read more
Diversity must be considered Score: 5 December 13th, 2010 by findscore.com
The passage suggests North Americans eating soy in order to prevent fatigue and depression. That suggestion is based upon three main points, which are both vulnerable to criticism. T... Read more
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soy and chronic depression Score: 4 July 19th, 2010 by findscore.com
Given that the comparison made through the above mentioned syudy is demonstrated to be approriately done and the reached results are all right, it should be expressed that the reasons pointed ou in... Read more
soy and depression? Score: 5 July 19th, 2010 by findscore.com
This topic recommends Americans to consume more soy as a way to prevent fatigue and depression by supporting with the statistics that Asians who consume soy are less likely to have chronic fatigue ... Read more
Intake of soy proteins and prevention of diseases Score: 5 July 19th, 2010 by findscore.com
In the above argument, the author tries to establish a link between intake of soy proteins and incidence of depression and fatigue among people. The underlying basis of the argument is that people ... Read more
topic 834 Score: 4 December 4th, 2009 by findscore.com
The author claims that North-Americans experience more fatigue and depression than do Asians because they do not use soy wich is a rich source of anti-diseases materials and he (she)concludes that ... Read more
depression of NA Score: 4 August 19th, 2009 by findscore.com
The author quickly concludes that North Americans should eat soy regularly to prevent fatigue and depression. However the underlying facts on which the author makes this conclusion are weak. By sim... Read more
THIS ESSAY IS NOT LISTED UNDER YOUR SEARCH… KINDLY CONS Score: 4 July 6th, 2009 by findscore.com
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soy Score: 3.5 April 4th, 2009 by findscore.com
The surpringly high of chronic depression and chronic fatigue suffered by the people living the continent of North America,comparing to the rate of Asian cited by the arguer is claimed to be result... Read more
Tackling Western fatigue and depression with Eastern foods Score: 5.5 February 1st, 2009 by findscore.com
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no evidence for causal relationship Score: 4.5 December 31st, 2008 by findscore.com
The argument stated is essentially that chronic depression and fatigue are more common in North America than Asia and Asians eat more soy than Americans, thus Americans should eat more soy so that... Read more
No title Score: 3 July 5th, 2008 by findscore.com
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No title Score: 4.5 March 16th, 2007 by findscore.com
Based on the evidence that residents in North America suffer more chronic fatigue and depression than do people in Asia, and that Asians eat soy per day while North Americans eat virtually none, th... Read more
A recent study shows that people living on the continent of Score: 3.5 March 12th, 2007 by findscore.com
The argument presented here though seems to be convincing at first glance to the reader, is lacking many substantial information that weakens the soundness of the argument. There may be several e... Read more



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