Soy Nuts Can Be Good For Your Healthy Diet Plan!

Soy Nuts Can Be Good For Your Healthy Diet Plan!
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One ounce of soy nuts have approximately the same amount of calories as one ounce of potato chips. The big difference is….soy nuts have outstanding nutritional benefits and the potato chips definitely don’t!

You can eat small amounts of delicious little soy nuts and still lose weight! Just cut down the portion size, eat in moderation, and substitute in place of “junk foods”. Soy nuts have amazing flavor and health benefits and are a wonderful addition to your weight loss plan.

Soy nuts are loaded with protein, which is needed for healthy blood, muscles, bones, and can help build and repair body tissues. These tasty nuts are a very rich source of dietary isoflavones that can help lower bad cholesterol, and can help prevent prostate and breast cancer. Some of the additional vitamins and minerals in soy nuts are folate, riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin K, vitamin C, vitamin B6, manganese, potassium, calcium, and iron, just to name a few!

Soy nuts are available year round in your grocery store or market. They can be purchased either roasted or baked. These crispy nuts are also available in various flavors, such as unsalted, salted, onion and garlic, and honey mustard. For the lowest calorie and fat content, it is best to stick with the plain soy nuts.

There are many ways to enjoy eating your soy nuts! A small amount right out of the bag is a perfect snack. Mix soy nuts in with some dried fruit for a burst of protein!

Toss a few on your salad for added flavor and variety. Add a small amount of soy nuts to your stir fry vegetables. Try a nice soy nut dip! Just finely chop an ounce of soy nuts, and mix in with some low fat plain yogurt. Dip in your favorite raw vegetables, or you can even use as a spread on top of some lean meat.

When you make your next vegetable drink, or even a smoothie, toss in a small amount of soy nuts for some extra nutrition benefits.

Have you ever tried a delicious soy nut burger? Try making mini soy nut burgers for your guests! Just combine mashed soy nuts, one egg, tomato puree, a very small amount of olive oil, a small grated onion, and a small amount of almond flour. Shape into fun little mini burgers and enjoy!

Have fun while you are watching your extra pounds melt away!

The Power Blast!

Calories: one ounce dry roasted, 126 calories
Protein: 11 g
Fiber: 2 g
Sugars:
Vitamin C: 1.3 mg
Calcium: 39.2 mg
Cholesterol: 0
Potassium: 382 mg
Sodium: 1 mg
Saturated Fat: 1 g

Have fun losing weight while you are eating your new power food!