Plant Food – Get to know Soy

Plant food - Soybean

Soybeans are members of the pea (legume) family of vegetables and have been a staple of Asian cuisines for thousands of years.

Soybeans are naturally rich in protein and contain all of the essential amino acids your body needs. They’re also rich in plant fats, fiber, and several important vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant compounds.

Soy-rich diets have been linked to a few potential health benefits.

✨ May help lower cholesterol levels ✨
Several studies suggest that diets rich in soy foods may help reduce total and LDL (bad) cholesterol levels by 2–3%.

✨ May help protect heart health ✨
Soy isoflavones may help reduce inflammation in blood vessels and improve their elasticity — two factors believed to protect the health of your heart.

✨ May lower blood pressure ✨
Soybeans and foods made from them are generally rich in arginine, an amino acid believed to help regulate blood pressure levels.

✨ May reduce menopause symptoms ✨
By binding to estrogen receptors in the body, soy isoflavones are believed to help somewhat reduce the severity of symptoms such as fatigue, vaginal dryness, and hot flashes.

✨ May improve bone health ✨
The low estrogen levels experienced during menopause may cause calcium to leach from the bones. The resulting bone loss may cause postmenopausal women to develop weak and brittle bones, a condition known as osteoporosis.

✨ May reduce the risk of other types of cancer ✨
Soy-rich diets may also help lower the risk of other types of cancer. For instance, studies suggest that high intakes of soy isoflavones may reduce the risk of endometrial cancer by around 19%.

Plant food - Soybean

Soy protein is a plant-based alternative for protein, free of cholesterol, contains little fat and is a complete protein. A complete protein has all the essential amino acids which are unable to be produced by our body. This helps to support the immune system to have an active lifestyle.

🤩 It brings several benefits such as:

1. Strengthens bone to prevent muscle loss
When someone tries to lose weight by reducing their calorie intake but does not consume enough protein, muscle loss occurs.
Calories can only be burnt if there is sufficient muscle in the body. Thus, consuming soy protein can aid in losing weight and prevent muscle loss.

2. Helps to lose weight
Experimental studies show soy may boost metabolism and help lose weight. Soy contains anorectic peptides which gives a signal that our body is full and also has peptides which boost the metabolism.

3. Low sugar
The sugar index in soybeans (which refers to the ability of carbohydrates to raise blood sugar in two hours, stated with a value of 0 to 100) is very low, at only 10-23, causing only small fluctuations in blood sugar and enzyme levels, and is an excellent choice for low-sugar nutrition weight loss methods.

4. Adequate intake of protein
Soybeans contain 36%-56% protein and are one of the richest sources of plant protein. Soy has 2 times the protein of meat, 3 times the eggs, and 12 times the milk.

5. Contains a variety of nutrients
Soy contains calcium, hyaluronic acids, fiber, vitamins, plant nutrients, and amino acids which are important to build and maintain tissue.

SoyPro 专健

SoyPro is high in protein and cholesterol free. It is made from 100% pure soy and contains nine essential amino acids for optimal muscle function.

SoyPro, “Pro” refer to Professional. It’s perfect for muscle building and maintenance. A better alternative to whey, SoyPro is high in protein and cholesterol FREE. It is made from 100% pure amino acids for optimal muscle function. SoyPro is used to build lean muscle mass, aid in recovery and maintain muscle fiber health and provide effective, clinically-proven health benefits.

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Phytofit 诗豆

PhytoFit is a delicious beverage made from soy. Soy is an ideal choice of protein for health-conscious people, and those managing their weight with low-calorie diets.

Soy is cholesterol free and it has nutrients for the good health as well. It also contains protein, essential amino acids, carbohydrates, and vitamins. It is high in fiber, low in saturated fat, and rich in minerals like calcium, iron, and phosphorus. Hence, soy is an ideal choice of protein for health-conscious people and those who manage their weight with low-calorie diets.

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