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# What are the nutritional benefits of the vegetable meat or soy Meat?

Because of its high nutritional value, some have dubbed "vegetable meat". It has interesting content of minerals such as magnesium, phosphorus, iron and calcium, vitamins B-complex unsaturated fats, health benefits, a significant number of fibers, which improvess intestinal function and protects against some cancers, and one of its derivatives (phytoestrogens) would be useful to improve women's symptoms during menopause and prevent breast cancer.
All these attributes are predicated of soybeans, a legume and Asian peoples cultivated 3000 years BC. It is now incorporated into baked food products (flour for pasta, confectionery, pizza), beans, milk, cheese (tofu), miso (a condiment on the basis of the pulse), oil, known outbreaks and salsa.
"Soy has essential amino acids (substances that allow the body to manufacture its own proteins) on a balance close to that of beef and like no other vegetable, so it could theoretically be replaced. The important thing is to integrate soy and its derivatives to balanced diet with all food groups. Soy is a staple of Oriental peoples, who do not eat beef, eggs and dairy products provide the nutrients that are missing the pulse. "
Soybeans and soy is an exceptional exception.

It offers the same proportion of protein than meat, without the disadvantages of animal protein.

Advantages such as, among others:

It contains no cholesterol.

It does not produce purines and therefore does not raise uric acid.

It is easily digested.

Consumption, reduces bad cholesterol and raises good.

It contains vitamins, minerals and co-enzymes that contribute, among others, assimilation and preservation of calcium in our body.

It is tasteless and therefore takes on the flavor of whatever you add, like salt, garlic, onion, pepper, soy sauce, etc..

Soy meat is obtained by partial removal of water contained in soybeans

It is rich in protein, fiber and every day we discover some other phytonutrient content of this wonderful gift of nature.

# Why is Soy Meat good for you?


Soy meat or meat plant is an excellent source of protein, to provide twice the protein than animal meat, four times the protein of eggs and twelve times the protein in milk.
Soy is a natural wonder, is used to produce juice, milk, flour and meat plants.

Because of its low fat, soy meat is a good way to lose weight and prevent diseases.

The meat plant is derived from soy beans, from which oil is extracted, obtaining a meal spongy texture similar to meat from animals.

Soy meat contains calcium, copper, iron, zinc and thiamin and folic acid, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, and 11 essential amino acids.

In addition to its nutritional properties, soy meat is very economical, tastes great and is very versatile to prepare and can be used in many dishes.

Also known by the name of "textured vegetable protein" (TPV) and its quality is superior to animal flesh.

Soy meat provides many health benefits. It does not produces heaviness in the stomach, helps prevent constipation because they are high in fiber, lowers cholesterol, has anti-cancer components, improves absorption of calcium from bones and is especially beneficial in menopause because it helps to reduce disruption associated with this phase.

For all this, the soy meat is an excellent and healthy alternative to animal protein, saturated fat and cholesterol that are present in meats and red meats.

# Is it really healthy to eat Soy?

This food has omega-3 that lowers the bad cholesterol and increases the good, plus it has an anti-inflammatory and some studies say it has anti-cancer effects. "
It is advisable to eat soy, but people should not stop eating other foods such as vegetables, fruits and dairy.

Consumption is growing and there is no maximum or minimum allowed rations and for those who have not tried it, we recommend "that they become accustomed, little by little, to incorporate it into your diet.

# What is Soy?


Soy is a food relatively new to Western culture but is a common food in many countries in East and has been for thousands of years. It gives us a legume seeds generally called soybeans.

# How do you use Soy?

Soybeans can be eaten when tender of the terms for this kind of beans is its Japanese name, edamame.

It can be eaten when beans have reached maturity. Meat obtained from these vegetable soybeans, soy milk, soy flour and beans themselves.
Vegetable soy meat is the result of putting the beans at high pressure and heat and sometimes dehydrate. It is very common in processed foods and fast food restaurants.

Some of the components of soy are used for dietary supplements and drugs to regulate female hormones and alleviate some symptoms of menopause.

Soy contains antioxidants and fiber

There are many other benefits attributed to soy and lower cholesterol and protect against some cancers in the stomach, prostate and others.

He is credited with helping prevent osteoporosis and regulate blood glucose levels. Although no studies testing some of these benefits some of these studies are not complete and do not take into consideration important aspects such as:
Those who consume soy reduces the amount of meat and animal foods in your diet thus decrease the level of cholesterol they consume automatically and increase fiber intake. So do not try to consume processed soy shakes with soy or capsules but to replace foods high in cholesterol with soy.

Cooking with soy

You can substitute with soy meat, meat recipes calling your animal and nobody would notice.

You can substitute soy meat and use animal meat gravies to taste and cook with your normal recipes.

In conclusion

Soy in moderation is safe food rich in protein and other nutrients. You can help us have a balanced diet by reducing the consumption of meat and eggs.

# What is Soy Meat


Soy meat or textured soy protein, is a high quality vegetable protein, is produced by an extrusion process from defatted soy flour. From soybeans it is extracted from soybean oil and defatted flour obtained from soybeans.
Soy Meat is an exceptional protein source with low-fat and 11 essential amino acids, the 21 that exist in nature.

Nutritionally speaking, we can highlight its high content of folic acid, magnesium, manganese and phosphorus. Besides being a good source of calcium, copper, iron, zinc and thiamin.

Soy Meat is a healthy alternative to animal protein with saturated fat and cholesterol such as red meat, sausages and more.

Soy Meat contains no cholesterol, so it is recommended to replace the consumption of beef.

Product Description:
Soy is a very nutritious vegetable that contains a high percentage of protein (almost 37%) of high quality, with almost all essential amino acids. At equal weight, soy contains twice the protein than meat, four times the protein of eggs and twelve times the protein in milk. It also has 18% unsaturated fats, vitamins A, E, F and group B (theanine, riboflavin and niacin). Has lots of minerals like phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron and copper. It is also one of the richest sources of lecithin, essential for living cells, and emulsifying cholesterol and helps the assimilation of vitamins. The nutrients found in soybeans act improving the circulatory and nervous systems. Their percentage of fiber prevents constipation and is ideal for gluten-free diets (celiac, allergic, etc.) For low-calorie regimens for diabetics.

Composition per 100 Grams
• Water 7.00 g
• Fat 23.50 g
• Fiber 11.90 g
• Carbohydrates 23.50 g
• Energy 453.00 Kcal
• Fluoride 0.36 mg
• Calcium 260.00 mg
• Folate ug 94.00
• Protein 36.80 gr.
• Vitamin A 95.00 IU
• Vitamin E 13.30 mg
• Vitamin K 190.00 ug
• Vitamin B2 0.30 mg
• Vitamin B3 2.50 mg
• Vitamin B1 1.00 mg
• Magnesium 250.00 mg
• Phosphorus 590.00 mg
• Potassium 1750.00 mg
• Iron 8.60 mg
• Sodium 4.00 mg
• Copper ug 110.00
• Selenium ug 60.00
• 6.00 ug Iodine
• Manganese ug 2800.00
• Zinc 1000.00 ugs

# The importance of Soy


Have long known the soy bean and is widely used as food in the Far East such as Japan and China. It is also the main food of populated areas where people hardly eat milk, meat or eggs.
Indeed, this crop seems to be the ideal food because it is a cheap product, can be grown in almost any climate and is an excellent source of protein, minerals and fats. It also contains vitamins. On the use of this legume, has long been China's coming to appreciate the virtues peculiar to soybeans, only now the Western world are beginning to use the nutritional richness of this legume without par. The Chinese middle class spends only a few coins a day for food.
This is not a myth nor a poverty index: it is simply an expression of
economic reality, of which China may well be justly proud.

# Is soy a good source of protein?


The amount of protein that this legume contains between 30 and 45%.
Therefore, it is almost two times more protein than meat, one and a half more than the common bean, lentils, peas or peanuts, three times more than whole wheat, other cereals and eggs, ten times more than milk.
High fat
In general, the legumes, except peanuts are low in fat. However, the soy bean is second source of this food substance. Soya bean fat is very good quality. Enter into the constitution fatty acids saturated, essential in a balanced diet. It is rich in linoleic acid and arachidonic acid. It also contains about 3% of lecithin, which are fats phosphorous high food value, not just the body but also for the nervous system.

Diabetics can eat
Carbohydrates of beans ranging from 10% to 17%. A much less than this, only 2% is in the form of starch for use absorbable by the human body. Being low in carbohydrates, this legume can be
unrestricted and used successfully in the diet of diabetics.

# Calcium in Soy


One hundred grams of soy beans, dry and oil, are five grams of minerals, mainly represented by sodium, potassium, calcium and phosphorus. Soya bean flour with calcium and phosphorus in higher proportion than milk and wheat
integral. It contains two times more calcium and five times more phosphorus than cow's milk. One hundred grams of soy bean meal have almost a quarter gram of calcium and a little more than half a gram of phosphorus.

# Vitamions in Soy


It carotene, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin and ascorbic acid. One hundred grams of soy beans are the following amounts of these vitamins:
Carotene, 120 micrograms, which the body converts into vitamin A.
When the soy's bean is green it can contain up to five times more carotene.
Thiamine: The same portion of soya bean provides the body with about half a milligram. This is about a quarter of what is needed daily.

Riboflavin: From 2.500 micrograms per day your body requires this amount of soy beans provides 300 micrograms.

Niacin: One hundred grams of soy beans provide the body with one quarter the amount it needs.

Ascorbic acid: Twenty to forty milligrams is the amount of vitamin yest hundred grams of soy bean provides the organism. The daily requirement is about 75 milligrams or more. When the soy's bean is green it has a rich source of this vitamin.

# What is Soy Meat or Texturized Soy Protein?


Soy meat, textured soy protein or meat is a concentrated vegetable protein obtained from soybeans. Once we extract its oil and using advanced technology, it undergoes a series of processes to obtain a product rich in proteins especially.
Which once dried looks crisp, dry and light brown in color and gold. It is regarded as a great meat substitute because it replaces animal perfectly. It is similar in appearance but superior in quality.
Soy meat when hydrated becomes a spongy texture similar to meat. Maintains its rich nutrients intact and the high degree of protein, iron, calcium, zinc, fiber and most importantly has 0% cholesterol and contains no gluten, it is easy to manipulate where they can replace in many recipes, well any kind adminite in seasoning, making it even prepare your recipes. It can be used in any recipe, be it for frying, boiling and baking. The food is suitable for those with a low protein food, people with a balanced diet, vegetarians, for children, teenagers in the growth process, athletes in their pre-competition diets, simply an integral family to watch your diet after a long and healthy life.