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By Keshun Liu

Delivering authoritative info, Soybeans as useful meals and elements covers soybean chemistry, future health merits, examine, and product improvement. Readers can locate solutions to key questions reminiscent of: What are the foodstuff and phytochemicals in soybeans? How can soybeans be applied as nutrients and as meals materials in order that common populations can obtain the overall healthiness advantages of soy? How can processing and breeding expertise support extend soybean nutrients and usage? The editor's skill to combine soy foodstuff processing and soy element software into the dialogue of a few of the health and wellbeing advantages of soy items units this ebook an element from the contest.

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S. soyfoods market is Traditional soyfoods. Courtesy of United Soybean Board. 1. Copyright © 2004 by AOCS Press. 2. Soy flour and defatted meal after crushing. one of the fastest-growing categories in the food industry. 0 billion in year 2004 (Fig. 3). The annual growth rate averaged 14% for the years 1992–2002, with some categories, such as soymilk, meat alternatives, and energy bars, growing at an even faster rate. One of the major forces that drive soyfood market growth and consumer interest in using soy as food has been the medical discovery about the health benefits of soy.

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