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Worried About Mad Cow Disease? Super Soy Should Be Part of Your Daily Diet

from Jana Mitcham
January 17, 2004

There is real fear in the mind's of the "beef" consumer. If you are one of those worried about beef, why not try our Super Soy alternatives. Use the ground chunks and strips in your favorite recipes. This is the key: using your favorite recipes, your usual sauces and seasonings along with SuperSoy! The soy has a texture similar to meat. In fact, we have had some vegetarians say that it "chewed" just like meat. It will soak up all the good flavors you are used to. Don't let being "scared" deprive you of your favoite dishes... try them with soy! Reap the peace of mind and health benefits you deserve.*

* Please refer to my oher articles about soy foods and your health. 1/12/2004

Study says: Soy protein may protect diabetics from heart, kidney damage.

Soy protein could help protect the heart and kidneys of diabetes patients from damage resulting from the disease, according to researchers in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition. Hyperlipidemia is the main risk of complications in diabetes. The type of protein consumed also affects the renal function in these patients.

The small clinical trial was conducted on 14 type 2 diabetes patients (10 men and 4 women) with diabetes-related kidney damage known as nephropathy. All patients were free of any uncontrolled condition or non-diabetes related renal diseases. For seven weeks, the patients followed a typical diet recommended for nephropathy, which included 70 perent animal and 30 percent vegeatable protein. Then patients followed a diet included 35 percent animal, 30 percent vegetable, and 35 percent soy protein. The results were a significant decrease in total cholesterol, triglyceride, and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in all patients.

 

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