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Soyfoods can play a part in any healthy, well-balanced diet, as they nourish the body with high quality protein that is low in saturated fat and cholesterol-free. Find more ways to add soy to your diet.
Each year more and more consumers are choosing soyfoods to help them lower their risk of heart disease, watch their waistline, and build lean muscle mass. The 2010 United Soybean Board’s annual Consumer Attitude survey found 84 percent of Americans view soy as healthy. Many soyfood companies are willing to provide samples for health fairs, presentations and conferences.
Besides being a bountiful source of nutrients, soyfoods are tasty and can easily substitute for less nutritious foods in your recipes. SANA shares some tips for cooking with soyfoods to help get you started.