Can Soy Support Energy & Workouts?
By Aaron Tabor, MD
Revival Medical Research Director
CBN.com - Whether you need
more energy to keep up with a busy schedule, your daily work out, or to
simply enjoy life, soy protein may support better energy levels.
Healthy Support With Soy?
Soy protein has key nutritional qualities that support energy, stamina,
and sports performance (better lean muscle mass, endurance and recovery
1) Soy protein is rich in "branched-chain amino acids" which the body
can burn as "fuel" to produce energy.
2) Soy may help stimulate the release of certain anabolic hormones that
promote muscle formation.
3) Soy may help sustain endurance levels during exercise.
4) Soy may help improve recovery time and reduce post-exercise fatigue.
5) Soy helps support a healthy cardiovascular system (critical for exercising
or an active lifestyle).
So, the next time you're feeling low on energy, try a low-carb, low-glycemic
index soy protein product for a boost.
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A recent panel of international soy experts recommended up to 160
milligrams of soy isoflavones per day for all of the health benefits
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