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How does Soy benefit me?

Soy milk has been an all-time favourite beverage well-enjoyed by generations at anytime of the day. Its traditional authentic taste and smooth creamy texture makes it a satisfying enjoyment whether it is on the breakfast table or for your afternoon tea time. Versatile in nature, soy milk can simply be enjoyed on its own or with a creative twist, it can be used to concoct interesting and healthy dessert recipes.

Why is Soy good for us?
  • Rich source of complete protein
    Contains all the 8 essential amino acids that your body needs for proper growth and development.  Protein gives you stronger and healthier hair, more supple skin, faster muscle recovery and speedier healing of wounds and scars.
  • Rich in calcium
    For stronger bones and teeth, easier weight control and healthy blood pressure.
  • Rich in anti-oxidants
    Helps your body to fight harmful free radicals that attack your healthy cells. For a stronger immune system, a healthier heart and more youthful skin.
  • Rich in iron
    For better blood circulation, a more energized body, better immunity and better quality of sleep.
  • Helps in weight loss
    High in goodness and low in calories. Take Soy during snack time as it makes you feel full faster so that you eat lesser.
  • Helps prevent cancer and osteoporosis
    Promotes stronger and more agile bones. Contains natural isoflavones which help in suppressing the growth of cancer cells.
  • Lactose and Cholesterol free
    Lactose is natural sugar found in cow’s milk and since soy milk does not come from a cow, it is free from lactose and is therefore, a healthy alternative for those who are lactose-intolerant or allergic to milk. It helps lower cholesterol level to prevent illnesses like heart diseases.
Meet these cousins of the Soy family!

Black Bean

Rich in Vitamin B1 and B2, and low in carbohydrates, this high-fiber, high-protein Black Bean helps reduce cholesterol level, prevent fat buildup in the body and lower the risk of diabetes and weight gain. It is also packed with a higher amount of antioxidants than its other counterparts, due to its dark seed coat. With its black and shiny shell-like appearance, the black soy bean is also referred to as “turtle beans”.

Green Bean

Also known as mung bean, green gram or golden gram, Green Bean is high in Vitamin A, B, C and E and is an excellent source of many minerals such as potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron. With its low fat content, Green Bean is the ideal choice in our daily diet as it is rich in fiber and protein. It is also a popular ingredient used in Chinese cooking to help eliminate toxics and “heat” in the body.