Monday, January 18, 2010

Soybean control in diabetes

Soybean is not only versatile, it is highly nutritious. One of the greatest nutritional assets of the soybean is it's high protein content. Protein, as we all know is that substance in food necessary for buiding, repairing, and maintaining body tissues.It is interesting to know that some research findings show that soyfoods may help with blood sugar control in diabetes.Soy fiber may help slowing absorption of sugars. Legumes, especially soybeans have avery low glycemic index and are valuable foods to include in a diabetic diet. We need to watch what we eat. There are lots of people have a diabetic problem. My husband is diabetic, he needs to watch his blood sugar all the time.

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