Organic soybeans can be eaten directly or made into various products, including tofu, soy milk, and other dairy products and meat substitutes. It can also be turned into organic soy protein powder.
For vegetarians, vegans, and those who avoid or are allergic to dairy products, soy protein is usually the main source of this important nutrient.
The nutritional content of organic soy protein
Organic soy protein isolate powder is processed by defatting and removing the fiber, dehydrating and milling organic soybeans.
The product contains very little fat and no cholesterol.
Organic soy protein powder is used to make infant soy formula foods, as well as various meat and dairy substitutes.
This is the nutritional content of one ounce (28 grams) of soy protein isolate powder:
|Nutritional Facts of one ounce (28 grams)|
|Iron||25% of the daily value (DV)|
|Phosphorus||22% of the DV|
|Copper||22% of the DV|
|Manganese||21% of the DV|