In this beating cancer through nutrition article about soya, you will discover-
- What is soya?
- Why is soya an important part in beating cancer through nutrition?
- How much soya do you need to eat to help prevent cancer?
What Is Soya?
Soya bean or soybean is a legume which is native to Eastern Asian.
Today, it is largely grown in United States of America.
Soya beans contain high amounts of soy protein.
Soya beans can be made into tofu and many other soya products such as soya milk.
Soya beans are rich in:
- Phytic Acid
- Omega-6 Essential Fatty Acids
- Amino Acids
- Vitamin B3
- Vitamin C
- Omega-3 Essential Fatty Acids
Soya is an important part in beating cancer through nutrition because it contains isoflavones which are a type of phytoestrogen.
Isoflavones are believed to protect your body from:
- Breast Cancer
- Ovarian Cancer
- Prostate Cancer
How Much Soya Do You Need To Eat To Help Prevent Cancer?
Consuming one soya product, such as soya milk or tofu per day, will help to protect you against cancer later in life.
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Soya is packed full of many beneficial health properties, which can not only help to protect against different forms of cancer, but can also help against other degenerative health conditions.
These beneficial health properties makes soya a vital part in beating cancer through nutrition, this is mainly due to the isoflavones within soya.
By including one soya products within your diet per day. You can reduce the risk of cancer later on in life.
Stewart Hare C. H. Ed Dip NutTh
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