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Soy milk is a protein and calcium rich beverage that is similar in appearance to cow's milk. Soy milk is the end result of grinding soy beans with water and then straining the mixture to come up with soy milk which has a physical resemblance to dairy milk. The composition of this resulting liquid is also close to that of cow's milk thus it has been touted as a great substitute for the body's daily calcium needs.The process of making soy milk starts by soaking the soy beans for about three hours. After that the beans are mixed with water and then ground. The resulting mixture is then filtered . Since the mixture is derived from beans, the original taste of the soy milk will have a nutty flavor and with a thinner consistency compared to cow's milk.
Health Benefits of Soy
➺ The prime most benefit of soy is said to be on heart health, as it helps to reduce cholesterol levels. Experts say that soy protein not only helps maintain heart health but also prevents heart diseases.
➺ Soy contains soluble fibers that accelerate the rate of metabolism, promote weight loss, and provide the person with healthy skin.
➺ High levels of calcium and phosphorus in soy ensure healthy bones and teeth. Isoflavones present in soy disable breakage of bones, and reduce the risk of osteoporosis as well. This also makes soy very beneficial for women, that are on the edge of menopause that often leads to excessive loss of calcium.
➺ Women who regularly consume soy have reported very few symptoms of menopause like hot flashes and mood swings.
➺ Moreover, soy can provide protection against breast cancer. (However, certain studies show that soy may promote the growth and spread of breast cancer). In fact, whole soy (from natural foods) is linked with lower risks of breast and endometrial cancer. The difference in study results might have something to do with the amount and type of soy consumed.
➺ The most important and evoking discovery about soy is related to prostate cancer. According to the findings, soy can reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
➺ Studies show that soy can help improve the cognitive function in women under age 65 (but not those over 65).