Tau-tau. It is very likely that this name does not tell you much. As well, it’s the word that thousands of years ago the Orientals referred to what we know today as soy. A curious word that translated would come to mean the best seed. And it is that the Chinese were already familiar with the great virtues of this leguminous plant. So much so that even included it in the select group of sacred seeds along with the rice, wheat, barley and millet. Continue reading “Why is it good to include soy in our diet?”
This vegetable is rich in vegetable protein and other nutrients are one of the most important sources of is flavored, compounds with similar chemical structure to estrogen.
Soy compared to other legumes, contributes as much iron, calcium, magnesium, iodine, potassium and phosphorus, plus folic acid and other vitamins such as B1, B2, B3 and B6. Continue reading “Benefits of soy”