Contrary to the traditional is not quite favorable treatment soybeans, it should be noted that the soy protein is very useful in various diseases and, in principle, to maintain the body in good condition. Soy protein may be present not only in various meals and snacks, but also in soft drinks.
Numerous studies in the field of clinical medicine found that soy protein is able to significantly reduce the level of “bad” cholesterol in the blood, while not getting rid of and “good”.
Moreover, the results of the research, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition in 2005 showed that given the right diet (soybean combination with other herbal products that affect the reduction of cholesterol in the blood) can achieve results no different from drug treatment of hypercholesterolemia.
Subsequently, other studies on the effects of soy protein cholesterol has been found that by itself only slightly soy protein reduces cholesterol, just 3%. Therefore, recommendations for regular consumption of soy protein for people suffering from high cholesterol levels, and were not included in the general guidelines for the fight against said disease and its prevention.
Diversify their diets with soy products can you do. Here are just some of the dishes and ingredients that make it easy to find in many supermarkets and shops: tofu, soy nuts, soy burgers (beef stroganoff, meatballs, etc..), Soy milk, soy flour, miso, soy sauce, soy beans and much more.