Soy milk is a well-known dairy milk replacement, but it's not just a substitute ingredient. Soy milk can be a worthwhile addition to your diet on its own. This healthy, flavorful beverage first came about as a waste product on the way to making tofu. Today, soy milk can be found around the country as a lactose-free dairy substitute with health benefits that are all its own.
The vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants in soy milk can provide important health benefits. For example, the forms of vitamin B found in soy milk are important for helping your body maintain your nerve cells
and DNA. They can also help you avoid certain forms of anemia, which can prevent tiredness and fatigue.
Soy milk is also high in protein. The protein in soy milk is healthy, plant-based, and can help support healthy muscles and organs.
Ritu Sharma, Dietitian from Gurgaon, says, " For those who are vegan or lactose intolerant, soy milk is a blessing. This dairy-free source of milk is made solely from soybeans and is a powerhouse of health
benefits. Though it is continuously on the radar for being harmful to a man's fertility, there is no conclusive proof for the same. But what's more important is to look at the many health benefits this beverage has
to offer. From obesity to hypertension, soy milk can be beneficial for a whole lot of health issues."
There are numerous supposed health benefits of soy milk. Here they are:
Soy milk is rich in fibre which has a considerable effect on the BMI and good cholesterol levels. This beverage is known to help with obesity and high blood pressure. Combining soy milk with a low-fat diet and some soy proteins can help you get rid of obesity while keeping your muscle mass in place.
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Cures skin issues
If you are dealing with frequent acne outbreak, switch to a soy-rich diet. This one product in itself is good enough to reduce hyperpigmentation (a condition of darkening of the skin). And it doesn't end here; a recent research states that a compound found in soy had anti-aging properties.
Better hair growth
Soy milk, when combined with a protein-rich diet can have a good impact on your hair. It can stimulate better hair growth to improve its appearance. For frizzy and unmanageable hair too, soy milk can be beneficial.
Recovery after workout
Workout means that your body will lose some fats and burn some calories and recovery is a must after this. So if you are a vegan or are lactose-intolerant, soy milk can be the perfect beverage for you to ensure better recovery after workouts. Riboflavin in soy milk can help you recover all your lost energy post-workouts.
Improves heart health
Soy milk can help support your cardiovascular system. Due to the presence of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids, it can help lower levels of LDL or bad cholesterol and increase HDL cholesterol levels, which leads to a decrease in coronary heart disease cases.
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