Soy proteins “A superior plant-based protein” – Dupont

Soy has become a big constituent of a plant-based diet, however debates have raged for decades over whether soy really produces certain health benefits or not.

Last week had attended a bloggers meet organized by DuPont Nutrition & Health where we were informed about the importance of protein in our diet and how Soy protein plays an important role.

Is soy healthy?

This is one of the biggest question in everyone’s mind, whether Soy is healthy for us or not? the answer is yes since Soy protein has been proven to be a very beneficial addition to any diet because of the positive effect it has on the human body. Soy is an excellent plant-based complete protein source which also provide nutrients like folate and potassium. There have been Research conducted which shows the cholesterol-lowering effects of soy protein, even a mere 25 grams a day may reduce the risk of heart disease.

Soy, a Substitute for Meat Protein

Soy protein is a possible substitution for the protein which we normally gained by eating meats. While meat is associated normally with fat content, soy protein is not. Also, soy protein contains all the amino acids generally gained from eating meat, which are an important part of maintaining healthy muscles and reducing fat. These amino acids are also an essential part of insulin production in the body.

Soy Protein makes Other Food More Effective

Amino acids which are found in soy protein products, such as tofu and soy milk, other foods that enter the body are able to be processed and used more effectively into energy. There are number of Amino Acids which are only obtained from food sources are contained in Soy Protein, which allows us to get the complete benefits from other foods.

Soy Protein Helps Reduce Other Risks

It is also to be believed that soy protein can help in reducing various health related risks, few of which are even very serious. Soy protein aids in reducing the risk of getting prostate cancer, colon cancer and even osteoporoses.

It is not quite a hard task to add soy protein into your regular diet. Switching over to a soy milk in the morning with your coffee or even cereal is a good to start with. There are many soy based products which are easily available in your local grocery store including soy milk, supplements, tofu and other substitutions to what you may normally eat.

So it is very much evident that The world needs more food and DuPont Danisco isolated soy protein can provide a healthy protein source which is also more economically feasible, energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable than many animal-based proteins. Soy has everything what it takes to meet the increasing global demand for protein.

Disclaimer : This article is solely the view of the Author as per the available information and readers must consult their own doctors/dietitian to integrate any changes in diet as per the their specific nutrition requirements.

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Puneet Bansal

I’m Puneet Bansal, a simple but yet exciting guy based out of Delhi. I am a writer by hobby, Photographer by passion, Poet by mood and HR by profession.

2 thoughts on “Soy proteins “A superior plant-based protein” – Dupont

  • October 14, 2018 at 7:25 pm

    Interesting alternative for meat. Nicely reviewed Puneet.

    • October 14, 2018 at 8:32 pm

      Yes its definitely a great alternative for meat, thanks for liking 🙂


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