To achieve a healthy weight, eat fewer calories, be more active, and make wise food choices.
Soy foods, as part of an overall healthy diet, can help you achieve and maintain a healthy body weight. In general, soy foods contain fewer calories, less total fat and saturated fat, and more fiber than other sources of high-quality protein1. Low saturated fat, high-quality protein sources, …
Our Soy Fact Sheets provide nutritional highlights, tips on incorporating soyfoods into your diet, and soy retail suppliers.
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Soy Meat Alternative
Soy Dairy Free Products
Soy Nut Butter
Soy Protein Isol…
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This packet of information can start you today on meeting the DHHS/USDA Dietary Guidelines and MyPyramid with soyfoods that promote health and taste good. Also included are fact sheets describing the wide variety of soyfoods found on supermarket shelves to fit your lifestyle, your taste preferences, and your eating habits. Information on the next several sheets provide…
Soy meat alternatives, also called "meat analogs," are made primarily from soy proteins, wheat gluten and may contain carbohydrates. A few meat alternatives are derived from tofu. Flavors and spices are typically added to enhance sensory qualities. Some of these soy products also contain egg and/or dairy ingredients. Soy meat alternatives are made specifically to resemble meats, poultry or fish pr…