Soy is generally considered an alternative food, valid substitude for meat. Then it is used by those who, for health or ideological reasons, do not want to eat using meat or other products of animal origin. Its high protein content and its high biological value make it a valid substitute for meat. The imagination of the cooks has allowed the spread of many tasty recipes that have soy as a basic ingredient. The spread of this legume in human nutrition is relatively recent. It had a wide spread since the 90s. It was when the spprohibited the use of animal meal in the preparation of rations for farm animals (cattle, sheep etc.).

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In fact, it is a fundamental component of most feed which, otherwise, would have difficulty reaching an adequate protein content. In fact, it contains a protein percentage of 34% if we talk about soybean or 44% then could be a valid substitude for meat. So if we talk about soybean extraction flour (it is what remains from the extraction of oil from the seed). Then an energy content that exceeds 450 kilocalories per every 100 grams. Moderate consumption of soy has been shown to have very positive effects on heBIO. And that it does not belong to a genetically modified variety i.e. that it is not GMO.     

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The huge benefits that soy brings to health are reflected in the noticeable effects in improving physical appearance. Soy is not recommended for women with tumors only, but has no other contraindications. These effects are scientifically proven and are cumulative, that is, they are derived from the sum of numerous benefits that add up to each other. One is perhaps the best known and the one due to the effect that soy has on reducing cholesterol.cholesterol. So, the one called LDL cholesterol (the low density cholesterol that tends to settle on the walls of the arteries, blocking them and increasing the risk of thrombosis. Then promote the increase of the one called “good cholesterol”, that is the one called HDL cholesterol which helps to keep blood vessels clean

BENEFITS OF SOY ON BEAUTY

.A diet rich in soybeans will have great benefits for both male and female health and beauty. The lipids contained in soybeans and, in particular, in soy lecithin can be very useful for the health. In particular of the subcutaneous layer which will better maintain its tonicity. All this will help reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging as well as  maintaining good skin elasticity. In fact, the high capacities of soy milk are known when used as a make-up remover. Usually, after a whole day in which the skin “is tired”, that is, it has undergone the “weight” of makeup for many hours, it has endured the cold or heat of the air, not to mention the pollution that is very often present in cities you need to feed and hydrate it.

In the evening, a make-up remover and moisturizing treatment is necessary to keep the skin young. Soybeans can be essential because we can use both soybeans as food and soy milk as moisturizing and nourishing for the skin. Soy to be used as a food is useful controlling blood fats in order to avoid an excessive increase in cholesterol and triglycerides. A reduced amount of saturated fat in the diet will also improve the distribution of body fat.     

BEAUTY MASK OF SOY

                                                                                                                                            The goodness of the use of soy as an aesthetic treatment is also demonstrated by the effectiveness of one of the best known beauty masks. Then is based on soy. Now I will describe the recipe for its preparation. Then I recommend to all women or even men particularly attentive to their appearance to apply it for an hour at least once a week. Soy-based beauty mask: In a container, put a teaspoonful of soy lecithin and one of water then wait for the water to be absorbed. At this point add a full teaspoon of aloe vera and one of Argan oil. Finally add a teaspoon of white clay and mix well.and for 15 minutes on cleansed skin once a week and then rinse. Soy will have a double effect in promoting the beauty of the skin.

ANTIOXIDANT EFFECT OF SOY

There will be the nourishing effect to which the antioxidant effect will also be added. In fact it is known that modern life, especially in cities, exposes the skin to pollution as well as to solar radiation. Both are a source of free radical production, i.e. oxidizing molecules that damage tissues and DNA. Then promoting skin aging and increasing the risk of skin tumors (melanomas). Then damaging the regenerative layer of the subcutaneous tissue that allows a continuous exchange of epithelial cells. Soy contains numerous antioxidants that will fight free radicals by reducing the possibility of damage to tissue cells. All this will hinder the aging of the skin which will remain younger and longer.

The nourishing effect on the skin and the protective effect against free radicals will be very advantageous during the summer. In fact, in this period it is difficult to give up the pleasure of tanning. Therefore you are exposed to the risks caused by the production of free radicals. Then it can be very harmful as a consequence of exposure to ultraviolet rays. Soy provides numerous antioxidants and will therefore help the skin defend itself against the action of these harmful substances. So it can be a valid ally of our beauty and also a valid substitude for meat. Of course if consumed in moderation, in fact 50 or 60 grams two or three times a week may be sufficient. These benefits would be greatest if we chose the organic (BIO) and non-genetically modified (no GMO) soybean variety.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    doc. Massimiliano Mangafà 

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