Soybeans are kitniyot so anything made from them aren't used by Ashkenazi Jews during Passover.
Soybean oil is a refined oil and contains only pure fat, no protein or carbohydrates.
Yes, soy is the usual American name, while soya is the British name.
No food/drink contains uric acid. It's produced from the metabolism of purines taken through diet in the body, purines coming from animal food products for example.
Because coffee is made from living cells it has purines which are responsible for the production of uric acid. However drinking coffee is not a serious uric acid producer.
No, you cannot take any antibiotics with soy milk. Calcium has been shown to block/interfere with the absorption of antibiotics. Do not ingest any food products containing calcium unless it is 4-6 hours before taking your antibiotic. But, if you can take your antibiotics with milk (e.g. penicillin, bactrim, etc..) you can take it with soy milk. Some antibiotics couldn't be taken with calcium, like quinolones (cipro, levaquin, avelox, ..) and you should avoid soy milk 2-3 hours apart in this situation.
Yes, you can.
Syngenta Soybean Products and Bayer are two companies that make a fungicide to help soybeans grow. This type of fungicide will help to control what is called Asian rust, which is a type of mold that strangles the soybean plant.
In August 2012, bulk Chinese soybean oil costs around $1,000-1,500 per tonne, depending on quantity, quality of refinement and provider.
American soybean oil is slightly more expensive, going as far up as $1,800 per tonne.
The high demand of soybean oil for biodiesel production will keep the prices rising for the foreseeable future.
1. Making soy milk does less damage to the environment than raising cows to produce cows milk. It produces less greenhouse gasses, wastes less water, causes less water pollution and less land pollution. It also uses less land.
2. Producing cows milk on factory farms is very cruel to the cows. They are kept indoors in tiny enclosures, and hooked up to milking machines that cause them to have inflamed and infected udders. The cows are made pregnant frequently and then their calves are taken away from them after they give birth. They are given hormones and antibiotics to make them produce as much as 10 times the milk that they would produce naturally. Soy milk is cruelty free.
3. Cows milk contains hormones and antibiotics that may have negative health effects on humans.
4. Soy milk doesn't contain any cholesterol. This may be better for you if you have high cholesterol or other risk factors for heart disease.
5. Soy milk contains natural hormones that mimic the effects of Estrogen. This can be helpful if you are having menopause symptoms, such as hot flashes.
6. Soy milk doesn't contain lactose. It can be easier to digest if you have lactose intolerance.
7. On the other hand, most soy milk has added sugar. Get the unsweetened kind. Stir or shake it before you pour it in your glass, because the soy settles to the bottom of the container.
8. It's cheaper than cow's milk.
9. It stays fresh longer in the refrigerator.
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protein is the primary nutrient in soymilk.
Usually, but not as bad as regular milk. Soy milk also tends to get chunky when bad, as well.
The US prices will be listed in cents per bushel.
A quote on April 23, 2011 was 1382.50 or just under $14 a bushel.
You should never feed your baby soy milk. It is not the same as infant formula or breastmilk. It will not supply the same nutrients and calories to your baby, and your baby could become severely malnourished if fed soy milk.
However, infant formula made from soy is perfectly acceptable as long as your baby is not allergic or sensitive to soy. It is not as healthful as breastmilk, but it will suffice.
Yes. Soy is not easily digested by rabbits and tends to cause blockage in their intestines. It should be avoided.
Your skin gets softer and any dry skin disappears and your hair becomes less oily.
There is a possibility that soy could interfere with hypothyroidism medication, so do not take soy products within 30 minutes of your medication.
Wheat and soybeans: 1 bushel = 60 lb = 27.2155422 kg
Guar gum is extracted from the bean of the Indian guar plant, a different plant.
While it is true that guar gum is not derived from the seeds or any part of the soybean or soy plant, it should be noted that they are both members of the same plant family: legumes. As legumes, they can in fact cause an allergic reaction in anyone already allergic to another legume. This includes soy and peanuts, as well as beans and peas. Search for <Leguminous Plants> to find a full list of these soy "cousins".
For corn, the top 5 producing states in 2010 were:
For soybean, the top 5 producing states in 2010 were:
Tofu is a food of Chinese origin, made by coagulating soy milk (which is derived from soy beans), and then pressing the resulting curds into blocks. It's an excellent source of protein, which is why many vegetarians eat tofu instead of meat.
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