Thursday, September 4, 2008

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Herbal Remedies | Benefits of Soy Protein

Research prove, soy protein that is extracted from soy beans has one of the best protein digestibilities among all protein sources, and be come one of the great alternative protein sources that give benefits for human health. The other benefits of soy beans are it contain little or no fat and have virtually no cholesterol and no lactose. Soy protein is great for people with lactose intolerance.

Soy beans will grow almost anywhere and produce a lot in a short period of time. They are easy to grow and harvest. There have been reports of farmers who replaced their entire crop line with soy bean plants.

As a natural plant protein, soy is free from steroids and antibiotics animal protein contains, and also free from the parasites that contaminate some of these products. Soy also contains none of the diseases one can contract from meat sources such as Mad Cow Disease, and Foot and Mouth Disease.

Soy beans provide the type of protein that is better and easier to digest and which, at the same time, is similar to most protein supplements.

Practically all countries around the World use beans in their cuisine. Soy pudding, Soya milk, Tofu, and meat substitutes, also such condiments as soy sauce, and hoi sin sauce are all soy based. It prove that soy beans are very versatile.

Soy can be used as a substitute for most protein sources. And since soy is low in fat it becomes an excellent protein source for people who want to lose weight without compromising their protein requirements. Soy products can be included into shakes and drinks.

Soy products contains of alot nutrients such as isoflavones, phytosterol that help reduce the absorption of cholesterol in the body in the same way saponins do and saponins that help support a healthy immune system. It also combines with cholesterol to avoid increased absorption of cholesterol in the body.

Isoflavones, along with vitamins A, C, and E, are powerful antioxidants. They prevent many signs of aging and have been known to help prevent cancer. This alone makes soy protein a miracle source on its own.

Soy beans is different from other protein sources, soy products is pretty safe to be consumed a large amount. Soy can be a great blessing for people looking for a source of protein that practically has no side effects. While allergies to soy products exist, cases are few and far between. When changing to a soy diet, however, it would be best to consult your physician or your nutritionist. Ask specifically if the soy interferes with any prescription drugs you are taking.

So you can add soy products to your diet and enjoy all benefits of soy protein.



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