Soybeans or soya beans (Glycine max) are a type of legume native to eastern Asia. ORDER NOW
They are an important component of Asian diets and have been consumed for thousands of years. Today, they are mainly grown in Asia and South and North America.
In Asia, soybeans are often eaten whole, but heavily processed soy products are much more common in Western countries.
Various soy products are available, including soy flour, soy protein, tofu, soy milk, soy sauce, and soybean oil.
Soybeans contain antioxidants and phytonutrients that are linked to various health benefits.
|Product Type:||Specification of Buyer Soya Bean for Milk or Seeds|
|Brand Name:||NDI Global|
|Shelf Life:||24 months|
|Packaging:||25/50kg New PP bag|
|Shipping:||Within 10 working days|
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Soybean vitamins and minerals
Soybeans are a good source of various vitamins and minerals, including (1Trusted Source):
- Molybdenum. Soybeans are rich in molybdenum, an essential trace element primarily found in seeds, grains, and legumes (18Trusted Source).
- Vitamin K1. The form of vitamin K found in legumes is known as phylloquinone. It plays an important role in blood clotting (19Trusted Source).
- Folate. Also known as vitamin B9, folate has various functions in your body and is considered particularly important during pregnancy (20Trusted Source).
- Copper. Dietary intake of copper is often low in Western populations. Deficiency may have adverse effects on heart health (21Trusted Source).
- Manganese. A trace element found in most foods and drinking water. Manganese is poorly absorbed from soybeans due to their high phytic acid content (22Trusted Source).
- Phosphorus. Soybeans are a good source of phosphorus, an essential mineral abundant in the Western diet.
- Thiamine. Also known as vitamin B1, thiamine plays an important role in many bodily functions.
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