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Health Benefits of Soya:





Soybean is hailed as the most protective bean. Soy contains 40 percent protein. It has the highest protein content amongst plant products. “Soy protein” refers to the protein found in soybeans. As animal protein contains all the essential amino acids, lacking in pulse protein, soy is often used to replace the animal proteins in an individual's diet. Soybean is the only vegetable food that contains all eight essential amino acids. Soyabeans are processed to various soya products namely soy flour, soy milk, cottage cheese like tofu, fermented products like tempeh and miso.

  • Soybeans are an important source of not only proteins, but carbohydrates, fats, and many essential vitamins and minerals. So, they facilitate normal growth and development in young children.


  • ​Including 25 grams of soya per day may reduce the risk of heart disease. They are also low in saturated and trans fats.


  • ​Soya may also lower risk of prostate, colon and breast cancers as well as osteoporosis and other bone health problems.


  • Phytoestrogen content  in soya can reduce menopausal symptoms, such as hot flushes.


  • Soybeans have been shown to lower total cholesterol and LDL cholesterol levels, both known risk factors for coronary heart disease.


  • Soyas are not a rich source of calcium; they can help reduce the risk of osteoporosis. 


  • Reducing the duration of diarrhea in infants.


  • Preventing and treating diabetic nerve problems.


  • Providing nutrition to infants who can't digest milk sugars.


  • Reducing protein in the urine of people with kidney disease.


  • Treating diabetes type 2.


  • Treating infants who have trouble digesting lactose (galactosemia, hereditary lactose deficiency, lactose intolerance).