Nutritional Values ​​Soy Protein

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Food: Soy, protein isolate

Food Category: Legumes

Energy value - Calories Soya protein 369 kcal / 1545 kj

4,53%

1,71%



93,77%

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Nutritional Values ​​- Chemical Composition

Chemical composition value for 100g RDA (%)
Edible part 100% -
Acqua 5 g -
Carbohydrates available 4,50 g -
Complex carbohydrates -
Soluble sugars -
Protein 86,50 g -
Fats (Lipids) 0,70 g -
Total saturations -
Total monounsaturates -
Total polyunsaturated -
Cholesterol 0 -
Total fiber tr -
Soluble fiber -
Insoluble fiber -
Alcohol (g) 0 -
Sodium ND -
Potassium ND -
Iron ND -
Soccer ND -
Phosphorus and Potassium ND -
Magnesium ND -
Zinc ND -
Copper ND -
Selenium ND -
Thiamine (Vit. B1) ND -
Riboflavin (Vit. B2) ND -
Niacin (Vit. B3 or PP) ND -
Vitamina A retinolo eq. ND -
Vitamin C: traces 0% RDA
Vitamin E ND -
Vitamin B6 ND -
Vitamin B12 ND -
Manganese ND -

Nutritional values ​​- Composition in amino acids

Chemical composition value for 100g g/100g Proteine
Protein (%): 86,50 %
Aspartic acid ND ND
Glutamic acid ND ND
Alanine ND ND
Limiting amino acid ND ND
Arginine ND ND
Cystine ND ND
Phenylalanine ND ND
Glycine ND ND
Chemical index ND ND
Isoleucina ND ND
Histidine ND ND
Leucine ND ND
Lysine ND ND
Methionine ND ND
Proline ND ND
Serina ND ND
Tyrosine ND ND
Threonine ND ND
Tryptophan ND ND
Valine ND ND

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Nutritional values ​​- Composition in fatty acids

Chemical composition value for 100 g
Total lipids 0,70
Total saturations ND
C12 0 ND
C14 0 ND
C14 1 ND
C15 0 ND
C16 0 ND
C16 1 ND
C17 0 ND
C17 1 ND
C18 0 ND
C18 1 ND
C18 2 ND
C18 3 ND
C20 0 ND
C20 1 ND
C20 2 ND
C20 3 ND
C20 4 ND
C20 5 ND
C22 0 ND
C22 1 ND
C22 6 ND
C4 0 c10 0 0 g
Total monounsaturates ND
Nitrates ND
Nitrite ND
Total polyunsaturated ND

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Nutritional values ​​- Other components

  • Phytic acid (g): ND

Bibliography: Tables of food composition INRAN - National Research Institute for Food and Nutrition

Nutritional properties

Soy it is a legume like beans, chickpeas or lentils, and like all legumes it is rich in B vitamins, iron and potassium.


Soy is not a traditional Mediterranean food, but it was introduced to Europe from Asia.


Unlike other legumes, soy:

it is richer in proteins and lipids (saturated, polyunsaturated and phospholipids such as lecithin, which has emulsifying properties and decreases blood cholesterol levels)

it is more digestible  

it is rich in phytosterols and in particular in two primary isoflavones (genistein and daidzein). Phytoestrogens are substances with estrogenic action, i.e. they are capable of binding to the estrogen receptor, even if this activity is between one thousand and one ten thousandth of that of estradiol, the main female hormone. According to some studies, phytoestrogens, particularly useful for women in the postmenopausal period, prevent tumors and in particular those of the breast, prostate and protect against osteoporosis.


See also: protein supplements - Soy protein


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