Soy Beans Content And Side Effects Benefits





cungkring.com : Soy beans are one of the nuts that are rich in nutrient content that is very good for the human body. In Indonesia itself has been processed by soybeans such as Been Cake, tofu and soy milk. In various countries like its special country that is in the Asian continent makes soy as one of the food that is almost consumed by all its inhabitants. This is very significant when it comes to the health of the population in the country. Therefore we must also know the benefits of soy as well as the nutritional content and side effects of soy beans that we commonly consume in our country.


The benefits of soy beans on its nutritional content

>  Fat
Although the nuts contain a certain amount of fat (soy contains approximately 19 percent fat) but the majority are unsaturated fats. The content of soybean polyunsaturated fats includes linolenic acid or omega-3 fatty acids. The soy being one of the most special nuts is the presence of omega-3s, where a little of these essential fatty acids are in plants, which are usually much gained from the benefits of fish oil. Omega-3 fatty acids are important nutrients that help to reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer.



>  Protein
On this type of nuts such as many soybeans contain proteins as well as the benefits of green beans and the benefits of red beans. Vegetable protein content is very good for digestion and is highly recommended to vegetarians to replace the intake of animal proteins that are not consumed by them. The benefits of soybeans with high protein content help in building cells in our body, which is especially in children during the growth period.



>  Fibre
We may only know that fibers are only available on fruit benefits but soy provides about 8 grams of natural fibers. But processed soybean products that have undergone the process, can reduce the fiber content significantly. Tofu and soy milk contain very little fibre, while soy foods that utilize all parts of soy beans such as tempeh, soy flour still contain high fiber.



>  Calcium
Soy is a good source of calcium compared to other sources of nuts, resembling the benefits of cow's milk. However soybean processing can affect the content of calcium, on tofu or soy milk. Although it is a high-socked oxalate and phytates content that inhibits the absorption of calcium, calcium is quite well absorbed in the same with milk.



>  Lechitin
These lechitin produce choline compounds that are useful for the metabolism of the body. Choline substances help metabolizing fat in the liver. Unlike the benefits of tomatoes, choline is not contained in the fruit so it is not able to remove the fat that is stuck in the liver. Of course this protects the liver organs and other interconnected body organs.




Benefits of soybean for body health

Soybean with all these good content, very useful for the health of the body. Here are some of them:

Oesteoporosis Prevention
Soybeans contain isoflavones, which are substances that have a chemical structure that is very similar to estrogen. Bone health becomes very susceptible to the elderly. This is due to the absorption of calcium that starts to weaken. During the menopause this estrogen levels will decline and this isoflavone binds to estrogen receptors in cells that will relieve menopause symptoms. Isoflavone will increase bone density in women and offer protection against osteoporosis.


>  Healthy Digestion
The content of soluble fiber in soy, will help accelerate the disposal of leftover food through the gastrointestinal tract. According to Live Strong, a high-fiber diet will improve digestive health with normal bowel movements. Add soy on the Food menu to prevent colon cancer, constipation and hemorrhoids.



>  Combating free radicals
Isoflavones in the soybean is a good compound that can repair damaged cells in the body caused by air pollution. A person who often activities outdoors, soybeans consumption regularly to prevent the onset of free radicals cause cancer.



>  Improve brain Quality
Lecithin content that is able to provide good intake for brain performance. Lecithin is able to prevent the occurrence of symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and the content of phytosterols helps increase nerve cell strength.



>  Maintain Heart health
Research on the soy National Laboratory at the University of Illinois says that soybean oil does not contain cholesterol. Soybean oil is a rich source of polyunsaturated fatty acids, including two essential fatty acids called linoleic acid and linolenic acid. These two essential fatty acids will affect smooth muscle contractions and blood pressure. Soy beans are a source of soluble fiber, which can help lower cholesterol levels and potentially reduce the risk of heart disease.

Soy Bean Side effects

Raw soybeans contain substances called goitrogens, which can interfere with the activity of the thyroid gland. Soybeans also contain oxalate, so that someone who has problems with oxalate should avoid excessive consumption of soybeans, because it can affect the formation of kidney stones.

Then for women who have experienced breast tumors, should limit soybean intake to not more than four servings per week. Although there has been no accurate research to provide clues about consumption of soy-rich foods to women, but women who experience estrogen receptors or positive breast tumors should limit soy intake and should avoid Soy Supplement Isoflavone.

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