Protein is the first nutrient needed by the human body, accounting for 45% of the total dry matter of the human body and 70% of the total muscle. The main components of the cells, tissues and organs of the human body are protein. The body’s metabolism, disease resistance and immunity, body fluids Balance and the transmission of genetic information are all closely related to protein. Without protein, there is no life. Therefore, protein is also called the "first nutrient" or "vital element" of human beings. Soy protein: the protein contained in soy products, the content is about 38%, which is 4 to 5 times that of cereals. The amino acid composition of soy protein is similar to milk protein. Except for methionine, the content of other essential amino acids is relatively rich. , Is a plant-based complete protein, which is equivalent to animal protein in terms of nutritional value. FAO/WHO (1985) human test results show that the essential amino acid composition of soy protein is more suitable for human needs. For people over two years old, the physiological potency of soy protein is 100. Soybean is rich in protein, and its protein content is almost twice that of meat, eggs, and fish. Moreover, the protein contained in soybeans contains sufficient human body "essential amino acids" and complete components, which are "high-quality protein". The human body's demand for protein varies with age, gender, weight, type of work, etc. In order to guide people's diet, countries around the world have formulated the "recommended daily dietary nutrient supply" (RDA) based on their own actual conditions.
A daily intake of 25 grams of soy protein can reduce the risk of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. The food that the modern population needs should not only cause appetite, but also have no adverse side effects, and be rich in nutrients. Among the existing food groups, there is no crop that meets the above-mentioned conditions and has abundant sources of raw materials than soybeans. Drinks made with soy protein are hailed as "green milk" by nutritionists. Soy protein has a significant lowering effect on people with high cholesterol. The content of arginine in soy protein drinks is higher than that of milk, and the ratio of arginine to lysine is also reasonable; the lipid and linoleic acid are extremely rich and contain no cholesterol, which can prevent cardiovascular disease in adulthood. . Rich in lecithin, it can remove excess sterols from the blood, and is known as the "vascular scavenger". Soy protein drinks are easier to digest and absorb than milk. When milk enters the stomach, it tends to form large and hard lumps, while soy milk forms small flakes when it enters the stomach, and it is soft and not hard, making it easier to digest and absorb.
- Fructo Oligosaccharide
- Malt Oligosaccharide