Soy is probably the most versatile product . It can replace meat, vegetables,
and also served as a separate dish . One thing remains unchanged -
Soybean meal is very useful

Description Soy Soy - the name of a plant from the legume family. Soy is considered to be
one of the oldest plants cultivated by mankind. Her home
considered the country's south-east Asia, where it is grown more than five thousand
years. But at the present time soy has the widest dissemination - a range of
areas where you can find soybean lies between 60 В°
north and south. It is cultivated on all continents except
Antarctica. Soybeans, like other legumes, rich in protein, making it an
a great alternative to animal products. Soy has a wide
range of uses in cooking: it is used as the primary replacement for meat,
Soy prepare the numerous soy foods and beverages. The major soy
products include soybean meal, a variety of sauces, soy meat, cheese (tofu),
sweets and even milk and butter. Ingredients 100 g of soybean mature soybeans contain:
* Water - 8.5 g * Protein - 36.5 g * Fat - 20 grams * Carbohydrates - 30.1 g Dietary *
fiber (cellulose) - 3.2 g * Ash - 1.7 g Soy Vitamins: Vitamin A (beta carotene)
- 0.15 mg Vitamin B1 (thiamine) - 1 mg Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 0.2 mg
* Niacin (vitamin B3 or vitamin PP) - 2.2 mg Vitamin B5 (pantothenic
acid) 1.7 mg Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) - 0.8 mg * Folic acid (vitamin
B9) - 200 mcg Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - 6 mg Vitamin E (tocopherol)
- 17 mg * Biotin (Vitamin H) - 7 mg * Choline (vitamin B4) - 270 mg Nutrients
Soy: * Potassium - 1600 mg * Calcium - 200 mg * Magnesium - 225 mg * Sodium -
44 mg * Sulfur - 214 mg * Phosphorus - 600 mg * Chlorine - 64 mg of trace elements in soybean:
* Aluminum - 0.7 mg * Boron - 0.75 mg * Iron - 6.6 mg * Iodine - 8 mg * Cobalt
- 31 mcg * Silicon - 175 mg * Manganese - 3 mg * Copper - 0.5 mg * Molybdenum
0.1 mg * Nickel - 0.3 mg * Fluoride - 0.12 mg * Zinc - 5 mg soybean Calories
100 g of soybean contains on average about 446 calories. Soy Soy Health Benefits
Due to the large amount of soy protein - the perfect product for vegetarians.
But for others it can bring many benefits. Soybeans and soy products
recommended for metabolic disorders, diabetes, gastritis, gastric ulcer,
osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. Included in the soybean raffinose
and stachyose - is a key nutrient for the contained
the gut of useful bifidobacteria, which reduces the amount of increase
risk of cancer and dysbiosis, and also contributes to the
life expectancy. Soybeans - an effective tool against osteoporosis.
Included in the soy isoflavones can compensate for the lack of estrogen
- The main cause of osteoporosis in women during menopause. Besides soy
contains large amounts of calcium - the foundation of a strong and healthy bones.
Soy is also useful when excess weight and obesity. Lecithin is a part of the
Soy is involved in fat metabolism, helping to reduce fat reserves
in the liver and accelerate fat metabolism. Edge of the lecithin has a choleretic
action and reduces the synthesis of cholesterol in the body. Beware of soy! Despite
a number of useful properties, soybeans and soy products also have a number of contraindications.
It is known that the use of large amounts of soy accelerates
aging, has a depressing effect on the endocrine system
and may cause Alzheimer's disease. It can also cause
hives, eczema, dermatitis, rhinitis, asthma, colitis, conjunctivitis, and several other
diseases. It is not necessary to include soy in the diet of people with urolithiasis.
Its member oxalates are the source material for the formation of
stones. The composition of soy isoflavones are, which are analogous to plant
female sex hormones. Therefore, the use of soy is often positively
affects the health of women, except in the case of pregnancy - isoflavones
increase the risk of miscarriage and a negative impact on brain development
embryo. It should also be careful to introduce soy into the diet of young children
- It can cause allergies or be one of the causes of diseases of the thyroid

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