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Did You Know Soybeans Can Taste Like Chocolate?

Written by admin. Posted in Chocolate soy nuts, Soy food products, Soy nuts nutrition

Soybean snacks

Soy food products are in a lot of things that people eat when they like the taste of meat, but not what animals have to go through the produce it. There are a lot of questions that people have, though, when they are becoming vegans as to the nutritional benefits. Some of them ask questions like are soy nuts good for you and, if so, what are the benefits of soy nuts.

Soy nuts nutrition facts are available from many different sources of varying credibility. Nonetheless, one fact that speaks well for them is that they have neither trans fats nor cholesterol. They are made up entirely of Omega 3s and Omega 6s. Furthermore, they have a glycemic index of only 18.

There are a also valuable nutritional contents to soy food products, such as phytic acid and isoflavines. To consider what this means for practical purposes, soy foods products have been traced to lower levels of breast cancer. This is particularly true among Asian women who consume significantly more soybeans and have breast cancer at about a 20 percent lower rate.

Soybean snacks have also been traced to reducing the symptoms of menopause such as night flashes. This is not to say that such studies regarding these issues are perfect. Nonetheless, people should keep this in mind as they are looking for ways to change their diets.

It is also important to remember that even though someone might enjoy the taste of meat, that does not necessarily mean that soybeans should not play a part in what you are eating. It might not be your main course, but soybean snacks can be incredibly healthy. One study might not be enough to prove their nutritional benefit, but it should be enough for people to at least consider buying a back of beans that can be made to taste like just about anything.

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Comments (19)

  • Joy Garcia

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    When you say that they can be made to taste like just about anything, I am sure that you are being ironic. My mother used to make me eat that stuff when I was a kid and I can tell you that it tastes nothing like the real thing.

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  • Hector Warner

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

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  • Rodney Hayes

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

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  • Gary Diaz

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

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  • Zoey Douglas

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Peter Munoz

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

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  • Renee Collins

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Avery Jennings

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Kloe Thompson

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Darryl Norris

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Lisa Beck

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Kelly Williamson

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Lisa Hopkins

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Victoria Marshall

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Leo Robinson

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Nathaniel Schultz

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Nathan Baker

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Curis Keller

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

  • Charlie Laweson

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    Yeah, I know what you mean. I grew up in a Jewish household so I couldn’t eat real bacon made from pigs, but we could eat bacon made from soy. But I still have nightmares about how bad that stuff tasted. I will never touch it again.

    Reply

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