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Introduction to Organic Soybean Products

Organic soybeans

Organic soybeans refer to soybeans that do not contain any chemical additives, such as pesticides, fertilizers, growth agents, feed additives, etc., during the entire process from sowing to harvesting. Instead, they follow the natural growth laws and ecological principles, and ultimately grow according to the principle of survival of the fittest.

Organic soybeans are a combination of organic agriculture and soybeans.

People usually use organic soybeans to make organic soy sauce, organic tofu, organic soy sauce, organic soybean milk, organic soymilk and other organic bean products.

The difference between organic soybeans and regular soybeans is that firstly, organic soybeans are non genetically modified soybeans. Secondly, they have no chemical residues and are healthier and safer than regular soybeans. Additionally, organic soybeans have higher nutritional value than regular soybeans. However, its price is also 2-3 times that of regular soybeans.

Heilongjiang organic soybeans are rich in protein and oil, making them an important crop for both grain and oil. Soybean seeds contain 42% protein, 20% fat, and 30-33% carbohydrates. Its protein content is 2-4 times higher than that of grain crops such as wheat, corn, and rice, and it contains 8 essential amino acids for the human body. In particular, the content of lysine and tryptophan, which cannot be synthesized by the human body, accounts for 2.3% and 0.5% respectively. It is a full valent protein that is easily absorbed by the human body and has been known as “vegetarian meat” in history. It is an important strategic material.

Organic soybeans contain about 40% protein, which is comparable to animal protein in both quantity and quality. Therefore, soybeans are known as “plant meat” and “green dairy cows”. Soybean protein contains a complete range of essential amino acids, especially rich in lysine, which complements the deficiency of cereal lysine deficiency. The lack of methionine in soybeans can also be supplemented by cereal. Therefore, the Chinese people have always mixed grains and beans to complement protein.

Organic soybeans have a fat content of 18-20%. The advantage over animal fats is that soybeans contain less cholesterol and are rich in linoleic acid and linoleic acid, which are unsaturated fatty acids that give soybeans the ability to lower cholesterol; Lecithin is also abundant, which is of great significance for the development of the nervous system.

There are also inorganic salts such as potassium and sodium, as well as certain essential trace elements, as well as daidzein glycosides belonging to the isoflavones category (including genistein), quercetin, and soy saponins. Although dried soybeans do not contain vitamin C, they can produce vitamin C after germination and can be consumed as a supplement during the off-season of vegetables. Raw soybeans contain anti trypsin factors, which affect the absorption of nutrients in soybeans by the human body. So when consuming soybeans and soy based foods, the cooking time should be longer than that of general foods, and high temperatures should be used to destroy these factors and improve the nutritional value of soybean protein.

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