The Benefits of Soy…

Every day I start my morning with SHAKLEE Soy Protein.


I use the CINCH soy protein.

I use the PHYSIQUE Soy and Whey protein.

Find one that YOU like!

You can get creative! I use a magic bullet blender, and in the mornings I usually throw in a few frozen strawberries ? raspberries (, then add about 12 oz’s of water, then throw in the protein — and blend it up in about 30 seconds! It makes an awesome breakfast!!!!!

SHAKLEE uses only the highest quality, non-genetically modified (non GMO) whole soybeans. (Some soy products use highly processed soy protein isolate.) They carefully grind the whole soybeans, keeping the rich fiber and heart-healthy soy protein and nutrients intact.

Soy protein is a complete protein, which means it contains all eight essential amino acids. Nutrient-dense whole soybeans are low in saturated fat and are considered a superfood. Whole soy helps promote heart health and may also provide:

• A reduced risk of cardiovascular disease
Over 40 scientific research studies have been conducted on the effects of soy protein and cardiovascular disease. For more information on FDA soy health claims, go to the FDA Web site:

• Enhanced bone density
The effects are so impressive that the U.S. government is currently spending more than 10 million dollars on research into the skeletal benefits of isoflavones, a key component of soybeans.

• A reduced risk of certain cancers, including prostate cancer
Recently, there has been significant interest in the possible role of soy foods in reducing cancer risk. One reason is the low rates of breast and prostate cancer in countries such as China and Japan , where soy foods are commonly consumed. Several compounds in soybeans have been shown to inhibit cancer in different types of experiments. Scientists need more data before they can draw firm conclusions about the role of soy in protecting against cancer. Research is ongoing in this area.

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