Soybean coffee is a coffee made using soy beans and coffee beans. Soy coffee is ideal for people who would like a healthier alternative to regular coffee. It is a recommended substitute for real coffee for consumers with heart ailments.
Soy is certified organic. Organic is always better for the environment, the people and for the ecosystems. But most of all better for you the coffee drinker because anything organic is in the best of tastes. Isoflavones are the beneficial substance in soy, it helps lower cholesterol.
Benefits of Soybean Coffee
Soy coffee provides the benefits of soy with a coffee taste. Soybeans provide all eight of the essential amino acids not manufactured by the body.
With soy coffee a variety of benefits can be had. If you life to need aid in digestion, lower blood cholesterol levels, promote healthy menopause, improve sleeping, fight heart diseases, increase lean muscle mass, prevent cancer particularly colon, rectal and breast cancer. And most especially promote younger looking skin, soy coffee is for you. This is because of the isoflavones a beneficial substance in soy.
Highly nourishing and caffeine-free, soy coffee is a great healthier alternative for some people which necessitate the removal of caffeine in their diet. Overtime caffeine can increase your risk of or worsen the condition of the following ailments such as allergies, heart diseases, insomnia or disrupted sleep, infertility problems, high blood pressure, miscarriage, panic, anxiety and overall stress and a horde of other diseases.
Research studies indicate that soy has a variety of beneficial effects including:
- promote younger looking skin
- reduce hot flashes
- improve sleeping
- lower cholesterol
- promote healthy prostate function
- promote healthy and strong bones and joints
- increase lean muscle mass
- reduce risks of heart disease
Procedure in Making Soybean Coffee
- Clean the grains, remove foreign particles.
- Roast in a frying pan for 30 minutes in low fire or until half brown in color.
- Grind or pound finely.
- Cook as ordinary coffee.
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