Soya chunks are plant-based legumes processed and widely used in the preparation of various vegetarian dishes in Indian kitchens. Soya chunks have been part of Indian healthy diets since time immemorial. Including soya chunks into your daily meals helps to restore and bring about a balance in the nutritional intake of calories. The rich supply of proteins in soya chunks is more when compared to milk eggs, meat, chicken and animal-based sources. Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids prevent sudden spikes in blood sugar and cholesterol levels in those suffering from diabetes and heart ailments. It also contains manganese, potassium, sodium, folate, riboflavin, Vitamin B, and Vitamin K that promotes the growth and development of children. It helps to fight insomnia, malnourishment, wrinkles and signs of aging.
Soya chunk is easy to prepare ingredients and rich in proteins. They are made from fully cooked soya bean and absorb any flavor in which they are dipped. The calcium content in soya chunks helps to repair, build and heal bones, preventing the risk of osteoporosis and brittle bones. It improves bone density and better absorption of calories in the body. It is a recommended dietary intake for pregnant, lactating and menopausal women. Soya chunks soothe the strong symptoms of womanhood with its abundant source of isoflavones.