When was the last time you were at a shopping mall and a packet of Nutrela or Soyabean or Soya Milk caught your attention?
“Soyabean” – Natures gift to us.
Most of us are familiar with these products but many of us are not aware of all the amazing benefits of soybean or soyachunks, their chief ingredient.
In present times, the awareness of the importance of health and fitness is widespread. People are always searching for healthy options when it comes to their diet and lifestyle.
We often look for various healthy food options to add to our diet that, however, also add to our expenses. Many of us are unaware that Ayurveda recommends a wide range of healthy and inexpensive dietary food options. Soyabean is one of them.
Breakfast, lunch or dinner, Soya bean is the clear winner!
We all know that Soyabean dishes are usually served at lunch or dinner but, do you know that it can be served at breakfast or used as a healthy snack.
This is why Ayurveda considers Soyabean as one of the many gifts of nature.
Soyabean benefits body growth and health in equal measures, unlike other food grains and it is reasonably inexpensive.
Protein, Vitamins, Carbohydrates, essentials Minerals, you name it and Soya bean has it.
Soyabean is a great source of Protein for children, athletes, laborers, working professionals and intellectuals.
Various forms of Soya bean:
Soya bean Flour:
Soya bean flour can be used in combination with wheat flour to make delicious Rotis. It has a taste that is similar to almonds, unlike other flours that do not have a particular taste of their own.
“Do you know that, the amount of Protein contained in two and a half kilograms of meat, is actually present in just one kilogram of Soya bean flour?”
Soya bean Oil:
Soya bean oil has more nutrient value than the common cooking oils found in the market these days. It is comparatively cheaper but healthier.
Soya beans snacks:
Soyabean can be eaten as a healthy snack in between meals, during travel, at tea time and as a midnight snack. Soyabean seeds can be used to prepare snacks that are similar to potato, corn, peanuts and dry fruit snacks.
Soya bean breakfast:
Cooked Soya bean can be mixed with onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, coriander leaves and a dash of lemon and served as a healthy breakfast item.
Soya milk is a good option for those who are lactose intolerant and want to avoid milk for breakfast.
Healthy Soya chunks Recipes:
Soya Nugget (Soyabean) do Piaza:
Hopefully, by now, you would have realized that Soya bean is vital component of a healthy diet.
The benefits of Soyachunks can be enjoyed by both young and old and its nutrient value is like gold.
We have just covered 4 forms of Soyabean, but we can assure you that, there are plenty more forms of Soyabean out there for you to discover.
We know that, everyone has their own preferences when it comes to food, but we are only focusing on the healthier options.
Find out more healthier options offered by nature here.