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"nishishsandy" (2018-06-04)

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Soy protein offers many benefits including antioxidant activity, GRS Ultra Review cancer protection and the dietary advantage of being a complete protein. Soy has been consumed for its health benefits in Asia for centuries and was grown during the great depression to revitalize the land of the dust bowl. While soy is largely used in agriculture as livestock feed and in industry for its oil, the best use of the bean may be for its soy protein content along with other health benefits.

There are 20 amino acids necessary for functioning of the human body. Amino acids are important in the development and maintenance of every type of tissue such as muscle, skin and bone tissue. Amino acids are also the foundation of DNA, RNA and many enzymes working to regulate health throughout the body. Of these 20 amino acids, 11 of them may be manufactured by the body. The other 9 amino acids are referred to as "essential amino acids", meaning that they must be obtained through the diet. Soy is the only plant based protein which contains all 9 essential amino acids.

Most diets must include meat in order to meet dietary requirements and vegetarians who do not consume animal products may not be meeting protein and amino acid requirements. Many plants do contain some amino acids but they are considered to be "incomplete proteins". Soy is a "complete protein" because it has all of the amino acids needed. Soy protein also has advantages for health not offered by other vegetable protein products.

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