Health benefits of soymilk powder

Soybean milk powder, a powdered drink, is rich in vegetable protein, vitamins and other nutrients. It has low fat, delicate taste and strong fragrance. It has the functions of reducing fat, laxative and supplementing nutrition.

Nutritional value
Every 100g of soybean milk powder contains 19g of protein, 8g of fat, 68.7g of carbohydrate, 90mg of cholesterol, and 149mg of calcium; it also contains potassium, sodium, phosphorus, etc.

Efficacy and function
1.Lipid reduction: The fat contained in soybean milk powder is mostly vegetable fat, and also contains a large amount of unsaturated fatty acid and linoleic acid, which will reduce the content of cholesterol in the human body and help reduce the probability of arteriosclerosis;
2.Laxative: Soybean milk powder is processed with micro-grinding technology, which also contains a lot of dietary fiber, which can relieve bowel movements and speed up the discharge of garbage in the body, thereby avoiding the accumulation of toxins in the intestinal tract;
3.Supplementary nutrition: Soy milk powder contains a variety of nutrients, including soy isoflavones, which can help accelerate the metabolism of human tissue cells.

Edible Precautions
1.The nutrition contained in soybean milk powder is quite different from that of fresh milk and other dairy products. For example, the bioavailability of iron and zinc is lower than that of other formula milk, so it cannot be used for long-term replacement;
2.The mineral content in soy milk powder is more than the actual needs of the baby, which will increase the burden on the kidneys;
3.Soy milk powder is rich in plant protein, and also contains a lot of starch and dietary fiber. Babies under 3 months have only protease and lactase in their stomachs, but no amylase, so they cannot digest soybean milk powder, which can easily cause abdominal distension, indigestion, and even abdominal pain.

How to eat healthier
Soymilk powder can be prepared directly, just stir in warm water. It can also be paired with red beans, red dates, etc. to make desserts.