Properties of Soy Benefits of soy isoflavones

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The properties of Glycine max, soybean scientific name or soy, make this plant a food resource of great nutritional value. Soybean obtained many products such as milk, flour and soy sauce, which are used in the preparation of many recipes. Moreover, soy isoflavones provide many health benefits. Learn about the properties of soy and the reasons why you should include in your daily diet.

Soy is a legume that has excellent properties as a food source, since by its high protein content, can replace animal protein from meat in the diet. In addition, soy has more protein than other vegetables and less fat oilseeds.

The fatty acids are polyunsaturated soy possesses, such as oleic, linoleic, linolenic and phospholipids such as lecithin. The 50% of the carbohydrates that provides consist soy dietary fiber, making it ideal for weight loss diets.

Soy contains valuable essential amino acids, which the WHO, meet daily protein requirements, as well, B complex vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin and folic acid and minerals like calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, iron and zinc.

Among other benefits, containing soy phytoestrogens are good for alleviating the symptoms of menopause. Soy products are also excellent in the prevention and treatment of some cancers and osteoporosis.

Furthermore, the soybean isoflavone content by its very beneficial effects on blood cholesterol levels. Furthermore, according to research consumption of soy protein prevents the risk of developing cardiovascular disease. For all these reasons incorporate soy products to your diet can be very favorable to your health.

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