Why Fermented Soy?
A study published in the Journal of the American Diabetic Association compared the effects of consuming fermented soy to unfermented soy. Their research showed that when soybeans are naturally fermented, as found in tofu and fermented soy powder, the fermentation process enhances protein and isoflavones availability and absorption by the body. ∙Additionally, research shows that soy fermentation also yields many other healthy nutrients namely calcium, minerals, iron, magnesium, potassium, selenium, copper and zinc.
Every serving of Absolute Vegetarian Protein contains:
• 24 grams of Protein
• Gluten Free
• Cholesterole Free
• Dairy Free
• Low Fat, Low Carbs
• 100% Natural with No Artifical Flavours, colours, Preservatives or Sweeteners
• Contains no animal byproducts.
Delicious Chocolate, Rich Vanilla and Natural
600 g / 20 servings
Available at all good health stores.
Free from all food allergens (NON GMO) - Non Genetically Modified Organisms. Non-GMO ingredients have not been genetically engineered to contain a genetic material from another species. Attractive and health-enhancing protein source for active individuals and athletes who either cannot or do not wish to use animal-based protein. it makes good sense to include fermented soy as part of their nutrition success strategy. A study published in the Journal of the American Diabetes Association studied the effects of consuming fermented soy. Their research showed that when soybeans are naturally fermented, the fermentation process enhances protein and isoflavones availability and absorption by the body. Additional research shows that fermented soy are rich in bioavailable isoflavones and Genistein content plus offer a broad nutrient profile.