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Soy milk is a beverage made from soaked, then grinded, soybeans. After the beans are soaked, usually overnight, they are then grinded into "slurry" and boiled for better taste and clearer appearance. The mixture is then cooled. After cooled, the soy milk is ready to drink.
Soy milk is highly nutritious and abundant in protein. Soy milk contains isoflavones (secondary vegetable substances, which can act as estrogens in the body and have protective functions). Soybeans are low in fat and cholesterol free.
Not only is soy milk nutritious, but it is also contains an abundant amount of protein. According to breast cancer researchers, isoflavones in soy milk take on an estrogen-like quality that is an agent in the fight against breast cancer. Soy milk is not dangerous or harmful when consumed in a diverse and moderate diet.
In October of 1999 the Food and Drug Administration endorsed and promoted soy as a way to lower cholesterol. However, soy milk must meet certain guidelines to be qualified to as a cholesterol-lowering beverage. For a soy milk brand to make the claim to lower cholesterol, it must have 6.25 g of soy protein per serving.
Soy milk is an alternative for persons allergic to cow's milk. It is also another alternative for lactose intolerance. Soy milk gives the proper amount of protein to people who need the nutrients without the consequences of drinking cow's milk.
Soy milk has a faint beany flavor that Westerners are not particularly fond of. For that reason, many people drink vanilla-flavored or chocolate-flavored milk to mask the beany taste.
Because soy milk in no way tastes like cow's milk, it takes some getting used to. It will take time to get used to a particular brand and its flavor. Children especially may resist the taste, when you try to get them to switch to soy milk. Start drinking soy milk at a slow pace and at certain times of the day to see how the body will react to it.
Soy milk naturally does not have the calcium that cow's milk does. Though there is calcium in soy beans, it is wrapped within the bean and does not release even during the grinding process. An additional calcium supplement might be appropriate if you are switching to soy milk. Soy milk can be purchased with calcium added to it.
Making your own vanilla soy milk at home allows you to control the exact ingredients that go into the milk. You can adjust the sweetness and flavoring exactly to your liking, making your custom batch of soy milk perfectly match your tastes. If you're looking to cut back on your sugar intake, making your own soy milk allows you to add just enough sweetener to your milk to make it flavorful. You'll also save money by making your own soy milk.
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