It’s Soy Good! – Part 1

It’s Soy Good! – Part 1

‘You are what you eat’ but what you drink could affect your health too. Get a lowdown on how to alter your daily morning beverages to maximise their nutritional values.

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Your daily dose of morning fix may be doing more for you, than just providing that perk-me-up effect. Apart from the usual coffee and tea, legume (plant-based) milk can be a nutritious and healthy beverage option for those who are lactose intolerant.
They include soya milk, almond milk, black bean milk, etc.
Derived from plants, legume milk is not only cholesterol-free but is also high in protein and dietary fibre, yet low in saturated fat. In particular, the protein level from soya beans is similar to that of animal protein such as eggs. Replacing animal proteins with plant-based proteins, can help to reduce your saturated fat intake.
There are many healthier beverage options in the market these days, with some being fortified or enriched with calcium and omega-3. For those who do not drink fresh milk, soya milk is a good alternative to increase calcium intake, which is essential for good bone health.
Embark on a healthy lifestyle today by choosing your morning fix wisely! Opt for unflavoured or no-added sugar beverages.