The FDA recognizes that eating soy protein will help reduce LDL cholesterol levels by 2% to 7%. The more you know, the healthier your heart!
While soy oil is one of the oils that ends up being hydrogenated for use in food manufacturing, it turns out that only about 1% of the US soybean crop ends up in a trans fat product.
Soyfoods can help keep you on track to meeting your health and wellness goals by including boosting energy, improving heart health and providing antioxidants.
With more antioxidants and protein and fewer carbs than other beans, black soybeans are a powerhouse food for weight loss.
Have a beloved recipe? Chances are soyfoods can be swapped into it to add protein and nutrients for a heart-healthy alternative to your favorite foods.
Research shows that eating soyfoods can help manage diabetes, gain health and lose weight.