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Their research can be useful when developing new formulations of protein-enriched beverages and gives an alternative use for commercial soy protein isolate.
Among premenopausal women whose intake of soy protein was among the top 20% of participants, there was a 61% lower adjusted risk of breast cancer compared with those in the lowest 20%.
The projected growth in soy protein production is fulled by an increasing demand for protein worldwide.
The Soy Protein Market has been performing very well in the dynamic market environment.
Summary: The global market for textured soy proteins is projected to expand at a value CAGR of 6.9% throughout the period of assessment, 2017-2026.
food products that have high nutrient content and fat & water absorption properties is supporting the consumption of soy protein hydrolysate globally.
Researchers found that soy protein reduced LDL cholesterol by three to four per cent in adults, a small but significant amount, noted Dr David Jenkins, the lead author of the study.
Scientists at the University of Illinois examined how the sonication and freeze-drying processes would affect the encapsulation of DHA using soy protein and pea protein isolate.
Overall, the life cycle assessment of DuPont soy protein isolate offered a range of statistics related to its environmental impact, such as carbon footprint, land, energy, and water use.
Regardless of the textured soy protein option used, one size definitely doesn't fit all.
To test the theory, 200 women in early menopause were either given a daily supplement containing soy protein with 66 milligrams of isoflavones, or one only containing soy protein for six months.
That's why the WON Marketplace team is happy to share fantastic new research findings with the nutraceutical community and its customers about Soy Protein.
Our prior studies have shown that commercial soy protein isolates (CSPI) give very good dry and wet bond strength for wood bonding, but the strengths are much lower for soy flour, especially under wet conditions.
The global soy protein ingredient market revenue was estimated at around USD 5,140m in 2011 and is expected to reach close to USD 9,100m by 2017, growing at a CAGR of 10.4 percent during 2012-2017.