Is Soy Really a Good Thing?

Is Soy Really a Good Thing?
Is Soy Really a Good Thing?
Many people all over the world are trying various products in order to lose weight, be healthy, and to look good. One of the most popular products on the market these days, though, are the ones that contain soy. This ingredient has taken the world by storm.

Everyone thinks this ingredient is good for them none really know why. So, is this small little ingredient such a great thing or are there really no benefits to consuming it? This article will answer that question!

It’s very important to discuss what soy all has in it in order to figure out if it’s really healthy or not. It contains a lot of omega-3 fatty acids, which are very important since many people don’t have enough omega-3 fatty acids in their diet. It contains polyunsaturated fat, which is a good fat, and a lot of vitamins, such as B-vitamins, zinc, and iron.

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Tap & Track Carb and Calorie Counter Review

Tap & Track Carb and Calorie Counter ReviewTap & Track has a strong recommendation by The New York Times as one of the 4 comprehensive diet apps ideal for losing weight and counting carbs! It’s a paid app and according to users, worth every penny!

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Some Fats Are Definitely a Necessity

Jul.13, 2009 Health and Fitness Tags : Avocados, Beta Carotene, Detriment, Essential Fatty Acids, Fat Diet, Flax, Flax Seeds, Freelance Writer, good health, Hdl Levels, healthy diet, Healthy Nutrition, Heat And Light, Ldl Cholesterol, Mackerel, Monounsaturated Fats, olive oil, Polyunsaturated Fats, Sardines, Saturated Fats, Significant Influence, Valerian Related Posts:Mono and Poly-unsaturated Fats Are Protective Against DiabetesAre all Fats Equal? I Think NotDrink 10 Tea Cups Per Day to Kee

healthy-nutrition-newsIt is well established in scientific circles that you must have fats in your diet if you are to remain healthy and vibrant. Scientists estimate that a healthy diet should contain no more than 30% fat. Fats help improve the immune system and help in the absorption of beta-carotene and vitamins A, D, K.

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99% Fat Free ? Are You a Victim of a Marketing Campaign?

Jul.05, 2009 Health and Fitness Tags : Animal Fats, Avocados, Bad Cholesterol, Blood Vessel Problems, Energy Source, Excess Food, fat, Fat Free, Fatty Acids, Fatty Fish, Food Companies, Food Group, Good Cholesterol, Hair Nails, Lose Weight, Marketing Campaign, nutrition, obesity, omega 3, Omega 6, Palm Oil, Polyunsaturated Fats, protein, Saturated Fats, Soybean Oil, Two Different Things, weight loss Related Posts:Weight Loss News! Fat Serves A PurposeGood Fats and Bad Fats ? What?s The Diffe

healthy-nutrition-newsSo you think 99% fat free is healthy? Or… could be a marketing game played by food companies? Here’s an inside look into what the reality of fat free is and why we should all pay attention.
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