Soy protein, high quality protein and high protein

1. Why is plant protein based on soybeans considered to be high-quality protein?

Soybean plant protein is the most valuable, most eye-catching, and most widely developed and applied high-quality protein among plant proteins. It contains nine essential amino acids for the human body, and the proportion is just right for the human body’s need for protein. It is low in fat, low in calories, contains no cholesterol, and only contains stigmasterol. It can interfere with the intestinal absorption of cholesterol in food and interfere with the secretion of bile in the body. The cholesterol is reabsorbed and converted into steroids to be excreted from the body, effectively reducing human serum cholesterol, preventing the rise of blood lipids, and preventing the occurrence of arteriosclerosis and hypertension.

The digestibility of high-purity soybean plant protein after processing and purification can reach 96%. Therefore, plant protein made from soybeans is the most suitable high-quality protein for human body needs.

2. The difference between high protein and high-quality protein

High protein refers to the protein content of food. All animal foods such as meat, poultry, fish, and seafood with high protein content are high-protein foods. They have complete essential amino acids, but are rich in fat and cholesterol. Excessive consumption of Not only is it not well utilized by the human body, it can also easily make people gain weight and induce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.

High-quality protein must have a complete range of nine amino acids, sufficient amounts, and appropriate proportions, close to the needs of the human body, low in fat and cholesterol, and high in absorption and utilization by the human body. High-purity plant protein made from soybeans just meets this requirement. It can not only meet the nutritional balance needs of the human body, but also does not have the disadvantages of high fat and cholesterol.

3. Everyone needs high-quality protein

Protein nutrients are basic nutrients that are indispensable to everyone. If the daily diet cannot fully supplement the human body’s daily protein requirement, especially if the supply of high-quality protein, which accounts for 1/3 of the total protein intake required by the human body, is insufficient, it will be extremely harmful to the body and have endless consequences.

Therefore, many developed countries in the world advocate the use of plant protein to supplement the human body’s regular needs for protein to ensure the health of the people. In addition to normal meals every day, as long as you eat 10-20 grams of plant protein every day, you can ensure your body’s health and physical needs without overdrawing.