All in a Nutshell

All in a Nutshell

Soya nuts are an ideal vegetarian snack, naturally high in protein and low in saturated fats, they are also low in salt and especially crunchy. A useful source of protein for vegetarians and those trying to restrict carbohydrates in their diet, and being rich in isoflavones they have additional benefits for heart and hormonal health. Roasted Soya nuts are whole soybeans that have been soaked in water and then baked until browned. Soya nuts can be found in a variety of flavors in both health food stores and some supermarkets. These nuts taste similar to peanuts.

A truly healthy and beneficial product now available in tubs and the smaller useful size perfect for lunch boxes, briefcases and glove compartments to be enjoyed any time. Roasted Soya-nuts are great as a snack and require no preparation on your part, it is just like eating other nuts.

These soya nuts contain the goodness of soya which is rich in calcium and iron. These great tasting nuts are good for both children and adults. The fat in soybean is generally unsaturated making these great cholesterol lowering foods. Soya fibre is beneficial for diabetes control. Minerals in soya helps to improve memory. It also prevents incidents of breast and other cancers.

Research Studies World over Suggest that:

Soya Nuts lowers the rate of coronary heart disease and decreases the LDL Cholesterol level.

Soya Nuts helps to preserve Kidney function.

Soya Nuts reduces Menopause trouble Symptoms.

Soya Nuts improves Antioxidant properties of the body.

Sanjana M Shenoy is a A dietitian from Mangalore, Karnataka, India. Having worked as a Dietitian for the Manipal Group of Hospitals namely KMC hospital Mangalore, India.She is also a consultant for corporate's like Infosys and others, conducting talks and presentations for various associations and local television shows.She consults at her Diet and Nutrition clinic "Nutrihealth" in Mangalore.Also is a visiting consultant to various hospitals in and around Mangalore and also runs an active online consultation.

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