The Benefits of Soy

Soy represents the basis of a vegeterian diet, since it presents a great alternative to meat as a rich source of proteins. Also, it contains fewer fatty acids that increase cholesterol levels in blood.However, recent years brought on a change in use – considering its many benefits, soy is not only meant for vegeterians. Menopausal women will notice its benefits immediately: lowered cholerestol, stronger bones and an overall better hormonal balance. However, take care: too much soy (as with too much of anything) can lead to the opposite hormonal effect.Soy FieldSoy is rich with fibers that help with weight loss and the prevention of many diseases, such as heart disease and cancer. Diabetics should include soy in their diet, because soy prohibits the sudden rise in blood glucose levels. It is rich with vitamin B complex, magnesium, iron, calium and antioxidants, meaning it plays a role in preserving the proper functions of heart, bones and arteries. Also, the antioxidants help prevent premature aging, which is also the mission of our product, the Herbalife Rose Ox antioxidant.Soy is a good ally in supporting our imune system, especially in a time of increased physical activity. If you don’t have any soy at hand, consider an excellent alternative – Herbalife Formula 4 minerals with Vitamin C. Soy is usually consumed in the form of soy beans, cereal, soy milk, yoghurt, tofu and soy burgers. Whenever you are on the go, take Herbalife Roasted Soy Beans with you as an ideal snack.