What's So Great About Soy?

Soy has come to the rescue of those who suffer from varying degrees of sensitivity to dairy and animal-derived proteins. Beyond the practical and nutritional virtues of soy, it also happens to have a great flavor profile and texture similar to dairy milk ­ with none of the lactose or dairy allergy baggage.



SOY Deliciousness, Packed Up in a Pod

Few foods pack a nutritional punch quite like that of the humble soybean. Calorie for calorie, soy packs complete protein, unsaturated fats, fiber, B-vitamins, folic acid, potassium, calcium, zinc, and iron.

The fat found in soy is mostly unsaturated and is 100% cholesterol-free, and soy is one of few plant foods that offer a complete protein (meaning that it contains all the essential amino acids that the body can't produce).

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Beyond the practical and nutritional virtues of soy, it also happens to have a great flavor profile and texture similar to dairy milk – with none of the lactose or dairy.