What Are The Uses Of Soy protein?
Soy protein is the plant-based protein isolated from soya beans. It is rich in proteins, minerals, fiber and amino acids. It helps in:
- Preventing heart diseases, colon cancer, prostate cancer, breast cancer, osteoporosis, kidney diseases in diabetic patients, stroke, lung cancer, and thyroid cancer.
- Reducing bad cholesterol, overall health risks, hyperglycemia (high glucose levels in the blood), overweight, protein in urine in kidney disease patients, symptoms of menopause, monthly breast pain, crams and swelling with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).
- Boosting energy, bone strength, calcium balance in postmenopausal women.
- Cell growth and regeneration.
- Reducing pigmentation.
- Fulfilling dietary requirements in pregnant women
- Treating diarrhea in infants, Crohn’s disease, and migraines.
- Improving skin color, fine lines, and texture.
What Are The Side Effects Of Soy protein?
Soy protein is usually safe, but in some cases like an overdose, it may cause side effects such as:
- Constipation, nausea
- Bloating, rash, itching
- Abnormal tissue growth in uterus
Please consult a physician if the symptoms are persistent.
What Are The Contraindications Of Soy protein?
Please inform your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
- Hypersensitivity towards soy protein or any other allergies.
- Cystic fibrosis, kidney failure
- Milk allergy, hypothyroidism
- Asthma, hay fever, cancer