with Energizing Soy Protein

Gives Me Stronger Muscles!

Vital for muscle maintenance and stimulates muscle development process.1

Consistent daily intake for 30 days has shown a significant increase in muscle strength and volume.2

Gives Me Radiant Skin and Lustrous Hair!

  • Promotes healthy production, growth, and development of skin cells.
  • Essential to build keratin – a protein that exists naturally in your hair which helps to strengthen and gives your hair elasticity.

Soy protein can help to stimulate the production of hyaluronic acid and therefore giving the skin optimal hydration.5

Gives Me Long-lasting Energy!

Has low Glycemic Index that promotes steady blood glucose level and thus giving you sustain energy.

A continuous consumption of soy protein was found to enhance stamina levels.3,4

Gives Me Healthier Pregnancy and Beyond!

  • Essential in the tissue and organ development6 of fetus especially in the second and third trimester.
  • Encourage a steady production of breastmilk for baby’s optimal growth.7

Soy protein is naturally rich in calcium where it helps to support optimal development of strong bones and teeth in fetus.

1. Brown, E. C., DiSilvestro, R. A., Babaknia, A., & Devor, S. T. (2004). Soy versus whey protein bars: effects on exercise training impact on lean body mass and antioxidant status. Nutrition journal, 3, 22. doi:10.1186/1475-2891-3-22
2. Hashimoto R, Sakai A, Murayama M, Ochi A, Abe T, Hirasaka K, Ohno A, Teshima-Kondo S, Yanagawa H, Yasui N, Inatsugi M, Doi D, Takeda M, Mukai R, Terao J, Nikawa T. Effects of dietary soy protein on skeletal muscle volume and strength in humans with various physical activities. J Med Invest. 2015;62(3-4):177-83. doi: 10.2152/jmi.62.177.
3. Barbul A. The use of arginine in clinical practice. In: Cynober, LA, ed. Amino acid metabolism and therapy in health and nutritional disease. New York, NY. CRC Press Inc. 1998:361-383.
4. Rossi A, DiSilvestro RA, Blostein-Fujii. 1998. “Effects of soy consumption on exercise induced acute muscle damage and oxidative stress in young adult males.” FASEB, vol 12:5 p. A653.
5. Miyazaki K, Hanamizu T, Iizuka R, Chiba K: Genistein and Daidzein Stimulate Hyaluronic Acid Production in Transformed Human Keratinocyte Culture and Hairless Mouse Skin. Skin Pharmacol Appl Skin Physiol 2002;15:175-183. doi: 10.1159/000063546
6. Elango, R., & Ball, R. O. (2016). Protein and Amino Acid Requirements during Pregnancy. Advances in nutrition (Bethesda, Md.), 7(4), 839S-44S. doi:10.3945/an.115.011817
7. Vieira, A.M., de Almeida Brasiel, P.G., Ferreira, M.S. et al. 2018. Maternal soybean diet during lactation alters breast milk composition and programs the lipid profile in adult male rat offspring. Endocrine (2018) 60: 272.

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