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Solae LLC, USA

Solae™ soy-based ingredient solutions help create nutritious, great-tasting products with a unique combination of functional, nutritional, economical and sustainable benefits. Solae, originally a DuPont joint venture, was fully acquired by DuPont on May 1, 2012, and is now part of DuPont Nutrition & Health, a world leader in specialty food ingredients

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Solae's products come from a natural, reliable, and renewable source—the soybean. Solae offers a wide range of products that are specifically designed to meet customer application needs. Solae's products provide economic, functional, nutritional and health benefits to four primary segments within the food industries: meat and poultry products, consumer food products, dairy-alternative products and nutritional products.

Solae provides a high quality soy protein that is comparable to milk, meat and eggs. Many studies have documented the benefits of soy protein. Along with its heart health benefits, research shows that soy protein helps promote satiety — which can help with weight management and supports exercise/sports performance

For more than 5,000 years, soy has been a diet staple — the primary source of complete, high quality protein for millions of people worldwide.


 Solae soy ingredients are low in fat and saturated fat.

 Solae soy ingredients have zero cholesterol.

 Solae soy ingredients have no lactose, ideal for those with intolerance.

 Vegetarian Solae soy ingredients are ideal for vegetarian alternatives.


Soy Health Benefits :

Soy protein is a high-quality, complete protein with a variety of health benefits. Among soy's most notable benefits are its effects on lowering blood cholesterol levels. In fact, more than ten years ago, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a health claim for soy on the basis of its heart health benefits. Since then, government agencies in eleven other countries have followed suit. Additionally, soy is the only widely available plant source of protein that is considered a "complete" source of protein, comparable in protein quality to meat, milk and eggs.

Heart Health

Soy protein can play an important part in your daily low cholesterol, low saturated fat diet by helping to reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease.

The FDA has shown that a diet which includes at least 4 servings of soy protein each day plays a part in reducing the bad cholesterol, known as LDL cholesterol, by up to 10%. On the same note, the good cholesterol, HDL cholesterol is not reduced by adding the 4 servings of soy protein each day. Studies have shown that soy proteinattacks the plasma in LDL cholesterol while not affecting HDL cholesterol in any way.

As mentioned, soy protein does not reduce the amount of HDL cholesterol at all, but it does reduce the bad kind, LDL cholesterol. Doctors say a drop of 1% in cholesterol amounts works out to about a 2% drop in the risk of heart disease. The health benefits of this alone makes a strong case for adding soy protein to the diet. Includingsoy protein in the diet on a regular basis will continue to lower cholesterol over time, producing healthier veins, blood flow and a healthier heart.


Soy: A Complete Protein

Soy protein is a high-quality, complete plant protein that is comparable in protein quality to high-quality animal-based protein (e.g., meat, milk and eggs). As a primary source of protein, soy can help children and adults meet their daily protein needs. Soy protein is the only widely available complete source of vegetable protein.

Soy protein is a viable substitution for the protein normally gained by eating meats. While meat is normally associated with fat content, soy protein is not. Also, soy protein contains all the amino acids gained from eating meat, which are an important part of reducing fat and maintaining healthy muscles . These amino acids are also an integral part of insulin production in the body.


Sports Nutrition

Soy protein is a critical ingredient in sports nutrition products because it is a widely available, complete, high-quality protein.

Because of the amino acids found in soy protein products, such as tofu and soy milk, other foods that enter the body are able to be used more effectively and processed into energy. There are a number of amino acids we can only obtain from food sources and soy protein contains many of these which allows us to get the full benefits from other foods.


Weight Management

Soy protein can play a role in weight management by promoting satiety.

Child Nutrition

Soy foods can be a major source of protein for children because they contain all essential amino acids and many are fortified with vitamins and minerals.

Helps Reduce Other Risks

It is believed that soy protein can also help in reducing other health related risks, some of which are very serious. Soy protein aids in reducing the risk of getting colon cancer, prostate cancer and even osteoporoses.
The FDA, in October of 1999 released a study that showed how soy protein can help reduce the risk of heart disease. This was done by reviewing information from 27 clinical studies which proved the cholesterol reducing benefits of soy protein.
It's not hard to add soy protein into your daily diet. Switching over to a soy milk in the morning with your cereal or coffee is a good place to start. There are many soy based products in your local grocery store including soy supplements, milk, tofu and other substitutions to what you may normally eat.

There are many different ways to eat soy, and including soy in your diet does have health benefits. Soy is a versatile bean containing high quality protein including essential amino acids we typically get from eating meat. Soy also contains beneficial B vitamins, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids. Eating soy has been shown to help lower total cholesterol and LDL (bad) cholesterol, and consuming 25 grams per day may help reduce heart disease. Since soy is a high quality protein it is a healthy alternative to meats that contain saturated fat and cholesterol.


1. Soy Milk

Soy milk is made from soybeans and is very similar to cow’s milk. Soy milk is high in protein, calcium, essential nutrients, and omega-3 fatty acids. Commercial soy milk (such as Silk) is typically sweetened and/or flavored. Soy milk can be used to make shakes and smoothies by adding yogurt and fruit.

2. Tofu

Tofu is a soft (sometimes firm) food made with coagulated soy milk that’s bought in blocks (as with cheese). Although tofu has very little flavor on its own, it easily takes on the flavor of food or seasonings it’s cooked with. Tofu is a healthy alternative to meats since it’s commonly prepared, seasoned, and marinated much the same way as poultry or other meats--but without the saturated fat and cholesterol.

3. Miso

Miso is typically made with soybeans and may also include rice, wheat, barley, rye, or other ingredients. Miso is a paste-like substance used for spreads, sauces and commonly miso soup.

4. Tempeh

Commonly used in vegetarian cuisine, tempeh is made from whole soybeans; retaining the whole bean gives tempeh a high nutritional value. Tempeh is high in fiber, protein, and essential vitamins. Similarly to tofu tempeh can be used to replace meat; however it has a strong flavor and firm texture.

5. Veggie Burgers

A tasty way to add soy to your diet is by eating veggie burgers. Soy, vegetables, legumes, wheat, nuts, rice, and eggs are some common ingredients used in meatless veggie burgers. Although soy burgers don’t taste exactly hamburgers they do taste great and are lower in saturated fat and cholesterol.

6. Edamame

Edamame looks like peas in a pod; it’s baby soy beans picked green and served in their pods. The soybeans (and pods) are boiled and commonly served with salt. The pods typically aren’t eaten however.

7. Soy Protein Bars

A quick and easy way to increase your soy intake and get a boost of protein is through soy protein bars. Not only do they make great snacks, but they're easy to take with you when you’re on the go. Soy protein bars are high in protein, vitamins and minerals. They also make great pre- and post-workout snacks for a quick boost of energy.

8. Soy Yogurt

Try replacing regular yogurt with soy yogurt to increase your daily soy intake. Soy yogurt is high in protein, calcium, and other vitamins and minerals. Soy yogurt can also be blended with soy milk and fruit to make delicious smoothies.



What Nutrition Is in Soy Protein?

Nutrition from soy protein has been much lauded for its beneficial health effects. Proponents of soy protein say that it helps prevent heart disease, breast and other cancers and osteoporosis. Some also believe that soy protein helps improve cognitive ability and memory. While research into many of these areas remains inconclusive, that doesn't mean that soy protein doesn't have nutritional value.

Protein Content of Soy Foods

Soybeans are largely appreciated for their high protein content. Soy protein contains all of the essential amino acids, which means that it's a complete protein. Because of this, soy is an important source of protein for those who rely on meatless diets.
Soybeans contain more protein than other types of beans. About 35% of the calories in soybeans come from protein, while other types of beans offer only 30% of their calories in protein. In terms of quality, soy protein is on par with meat and dairy protein.

Fats in Soy Foods

Most beans and nuts derive between 2% and 14% of their calories from fat. Soybeans derive 40% of their calories from fat. This fat is often used to make soybean cooking oils.
86% of the fat in soybeans is unsaturated, 63% in the form of polyunsaturated fats and 23% in the form of monounsaturated fats. Saturated fats make up 14% of the fat in soybeans. Soybeans contain linolenic acid, an omega-3 fatty acid.
Some soy food products may have some or all of the fat removed. Non-fat and reduced fat soy products may taste different from full-fat soy products. Some people find reduced and non-fat soy products to be less savory. However, these products are ideal for those who require a low fat or fat free diet.

Fiber in Soy Foods

All plant foods are high in dietary fiber. One serving of a soy food product that contains whole soybeans, like tempeh, soy flour and textured soy protein, contains about 8 grams of dietary fiber. The fiber in soy protein is 30% soluble.
Some products, like tofu and soy milk, that use only part of the soybean, contain very little fiber. Lower amounts of fiber may affect the texture and taste of the soy product.

Vitamins and Minerals Found in Soy Foods

Soybeans are high in calcium. Processing affects the calcium levels of soy food products, because many manufacturers use calcium compounds as a coagulant (such as in the case of tofu) or they may fortify products like soy milk with calcium. Typically, you can expect to receive between 120 and 300 mg of calcium per serving of a soy food product.

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