We all know it
is very important to eat healthy meals everyday and that it must covers all
nutrients needed according to the food pyramid. But well, very often we slip.
Either we skip any of the nutrient source entirely, or we consume but from the
unhealthy source -____-" For example, yes we eat fat, but bad fats. Or
yes, we eat protein but it combos together with high fat content. Defeat the
purpose of eating healthily, aiyahhh.
- Complete vegetarian protein containing all the essential amino acids for adults and children.
- Soybean oil is largely unsaturated and is high in essential fatty acids.
- An excellent alternative for those who are allergic to milk and milk-based products.
- Ideal for those who are looking for healthier choices that can help cut down fat and cholesterol.
- It is very nutritious and rich in not just protein, but also B vitamins and isoflavones.
- Soy protein is the only plant-based protein with a protein quality equal to that of meat, milk, and egg.
- Soy helps reduce the risk of heart disease.
- Soy helps to reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.
- Soy isoflavones can help reduce menopausal symptoms such as hot flushes, and also increase bone density in women. It may help offset the drop in estrogen and regulate its fluctuations that occur during menopause.
- Soy isoflavones help in maintaining strong and healthy bones by increasing bone mineral content and bone density, which can help reduce the possibility of osteoporosis.
- Lowering cholesterol (daily dose: 25-50 g of soy protein)
- Cancer (breast, prostate, colon) prevention (daily dose: 20-40 g of soy protein)
- Hot flush reduction (daily dose: 45 g of soy flour/day, 80-160 mg of isoflavones)
- Osteoporosis, post-menopausal women (daily dose: 40 g of soy protein per day containing 90 mg total isoflavones per day for six months had a positive effect on bone density)