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Soy Protein

Know some facts about your ideal protein

The complete protein known as the Soy Protein is one of the best proteins designated in the Protein Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score – PDCAAS. The Soy Protein is almost free or very low in fats, cholesterol and lactose. The Soy Protein is the vegetarian’s protein supplement which suits the lactose intolerant and substitutes the meat or non-vegetarian foods. The Soy Proteins can replace cooking flour to provide high protein foods with extremely low fats and also can provide complete meal in form of a shake. The Soy Beans are the root source of extracting the Soy Protein.

The Soy Protein has been medically declared as the best protein supplements for vegetarians which provides the non-animal proteins to the diets. The Soy Proteins are natural with good taste surfeiting the healthy effect on the body. One of the best qualities of the Soy Protein is its excellent high protein but low carb consisting of saponins, phytosterols and isoflavones. Saponins promote healthy immune system process and combine with cholesterol to minimize absorption in the body through small intestine. Even Phytosterols have been reported of maintaining the healthy cholesterol levels in the body. The anabolic isoflavones in the Soy – Genistein and Daidzein has proved to be most effective anti-oxidant reflecting positive health benefits on men and women bodies.

Why Soy Protein – because soy is the extremely benefiting naturally occurring ingredient clinically proven anti-oxidant source for both human male and female bodies. Comparatively women are benefited more than men with Soy Proteins.

The recommended dosage of the Soy Proteins – there are many variations in the soy doses as hardly anybody may be allergic to the soy products. Though the soy is naturally occurring product containing Phytic Acid which is a compound that may react with mineral absorption with minimal side effects reported, yet it may react with any prescription drugs if taken by you, so it is advisable to consult the doctor before starting the doses.

Recent Studies on the Soy Protein - the extensive studies on the subject during December 2001 reveal that protein supplements can prevent the effects of over training under the suggested ratio of approximately 0.88 grams of protein per pound of body weight. The study conducted at Ball State University on 17 men were put on four weeks overtraining program doing 8-12 rep for three sets, eight exercises for first two weeks, then five sets, five exercises for 3-5 rep for the remaining two weeks. The participants were administered either amino acids supplements or placebo during the four weeks at 0.88 gram / pound of body weight / day. The persons who took amino acids showed positive changes in total ratio of testosterone to the protein transporting it and ratio of hemoglobin compared with those who were served placebo. This proves that sufficient intake of protein is necessary for gaining good results. Do try and maintain the suggested dose at 1 gram per pound of body weight per day.

The study conducted during December 2001 for protein with Carbs when compared with singular protein for building muscles, at the University of Texas Medical Branch which measured the amount of amino acid L-Phenylalanine in to healthy leg muscle tissues in one of the three protein shakes.

These shakes were served at an interval of one and two hours of strong leg training which resulted in 6 grams of protein, 34 grams of carbs or both per shake for 150 pounds bodybuilder. The L-Phenylalanine stake in the protein and carb shake measured thrice higher than carb shake and twice of amino shake. The shake taken after the workouts for balancing the anabolism should substitute the complete meals. Do take post workouts shake for the best results that you have dreamt of.