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Soy Milk Powder

Soy Milk Powder

What is soy milk powder?

Soy milk is dehydrated soy milk. While retaining most of the goodness and nutrition of soy milk, it has the added benefit of being a convenient milk additive. If refrigerated, soy milk powder can be kept for a long time, whereas liquid soy milk will lose its flavour and goodness after a couple of weeks. Both forms of milk are obtained in much the same way - by filtering soy beans with water - the powder is obtained by allowing the liquid to dehydrate. Organic soy milk is made from organic soybeans that have been grown organically, without the aid of harmful chemicals, pesticides or genetically modified organisms.

Benefits of drinking soy milk

Soy milk is an attractive alternative to milk for vegans in particular as its nutritional profile is very similar. Powdered soy adds the extra benefit of convenience. Te health benefits associated with drinking soy milk in either form are -:

  • Contains a range of healthy monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats. This is in direct contrast to cow's milk which is high in saturated fats which can contribute to such conditions as high levels of  cholesterol and associated heart conditions

  • Is the only dairy alternative that contains similar amounts of protein to cow’s milk

  • Naturally contains isoflavones which are antioxidants known to have anti inflammatory properties.[1]

  • There is some evidence to indicate that consuming soy milk may lower LDL cholesterol  levels [2]

Where to buy soy milk powder in Australia

There are a varying range of soy milk powders available within Australia and it is important to find a brand and variety that can be relied upon for quality and purity. Buy Organics Online has gone to great lengths to source the very best organic soy milk powder products available. Buy from our range today and discover the convenience and nutritional goodness that soy milk powder can deliver.

References 

[1]  Soy and Health Update: Evaluation of the Clinical and Epidemiologic Literature

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5188409/

[2]Soy protein lowers cholesterol, study suggests
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/05/190506111423.htm#:~:text=All%2043%20studies%20provided%20data,but%20significant%20amount%2C%20noted%20Dr.

 

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