SOME BENEFITS OF SOY
Soyfoods will help reduce the risk of heart disease because they are cholesterol free and high in fiber. Soybeans naturally contain Omega-3 fatty acids and Vitamin E.
Soyfoods reduces the risk of breast cancer and helps ease the symptoms of menopause.
Soyfoods contains isoflavones known as genistein and daidzein, a naturally occuring plant form of estrogen that will replicate the function of estrogen in post-menopausal women.
Soyfoods reduces the risk of prostate cancer by inhibiting cell growth. The mechanism is not yet clear, but research has shown that men who eat a diet high in soy have a much lower incidence of the disease.
Soyfoods reduces the risk of many digestive disorders because of its high fiber content. This aids in healthy digestion, and has shown to reduce the risk of colon and rectal cancer.
Soyfoods are dairy-free and can be used as a substitute for lactose intloerance and milk allergies.
Soyfoods are great for the dietary treatment of diabetes because soybeans have a low glycemic index and are cholesterol free (heart disease is a diabetic related condition).
Soyfoods can be used as a protein source in vegetarian diets because they contain the necessary amount of essential amino acids for tissue repair and growth.
Soy is essential for the future of our planet. Soy can be used to feed large number sof people and animals. Soy is inexpensive to produce, and replenishes the soil rather than depletes it.