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Soy ProteinSoy protein is added to many foods, including meat imitations, vegetarian foods, salad dressings, cheese, pasta, bread and soups, for its emulsification and texturing properties. It is derived from defatted soy flour with a high solubility in water.
Many claim that soy protein has a plethora of health benefits for the heart, while others claim that too much soy protein can cause health issues.
Soy protein is produced in different ways and can be categorized as soy protein isolate, soy protein concentrate, hydrated textured soy protein and textured soy protein.
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