Soy and Health


The root cause of stroke is high blood pressure and cerebral arteriosclerosis, which is its main etiology and pathology, American medical profession on 2000 U.S. survey found that middle-aged and urine of patients with hypertension increased urinary sodium and potassium in urine is reduced, which indicates a high the patient’s blood pressure diet, excessive intake of sodium, potassium intake is too small, it must be ingested potassium foods, prompting the body of excess sodium excretion. Many varieties of potassium-rich foods, nutritionists believe vegetables soy, spinach, cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, fruits bananas, grapefruit, oranges, orange are the maintenance of human health can play a significant role. Soy contains phytase, phosphorus is an essential macronutrient. However, the medical profession in the past has been that the body will phytase calcium, iron and consolidation in the intestines, making it difficult to absorb these minerals. It was discovered that although phytase calcium, iron body to absorb the impact of consolidation in the intestines, but it can inhibit colon cancer. Phytase plants typically found in high-speed rail, the high iron content of soybeans, and also rich in cellulose, cellulose can prevent colon cancer, it was found that phytase, the more enhanced soy can prevent colon cancer confidence. Soy foods increase the protein content, can increase cortical excitation and inhibition functions, improve learning and efficiency. Avoid frustration, depression deep development. Some scholars comparative study found that people who regularly eat vegetable protein, an average reduction of 12% compared with the control group cholesterol. The researchers divided the people with normal cholesterol AB groups for clinical trials, dietary A group of milk, animal protein-based, group B is mainly dietary soy protein, but also intake of 500 mg per day of cholesterol. It was found two weeks later, the group B is not only significantly reduced LDL and HDL also increased by 15%.


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