Tempeh (tem-pay) is a delicious whole soyfood that is nothing like tofu. These tender cakes of cultured whole soybeans have a chewy texture and hearty consistency that even meat eaters like.
Rich in fiber and a nutrient dense source of high quality protein, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and unique phytonutrients, the mighty soybean delivers on all the criteria necessary to be regarded as a superfood.
According to Dr. James Anderson, chief investigator on the landmark meta-analysis on soy and heart health,soyfoods are some of the healthiest foods you can include in your diet. This is because they help fight what Dr. Anderson calls The ‘Big Five,1 heart disease, stroke, diabetes, obesity and high-blood pressure.
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Superfoods, by definition are nutrient-dense and considered especially beneficial for health and wellbeing. A food that is rich in compounds, such as antioxidants, fiber or phytonutrients that can reduce cholesterol and blood pressure and may help prevent cancer and other diseases is regarded as a superfood.
The mighty soybean delivers on all of the criteria necessary to be regarded as a superfood! Loaded with complete protein, antioxidants and phytochemicals. Soybeans contain plenty of soluble and insoluble fiber… all of which have been credited with numerous health benefits.
For decades, scientists have produced numerous studies that demonstrate that soybeans are the source of complete protein, complex carbohydrates, soluble and insoluble fiber and unique phytochemicals credited with the prevention of many chronic diseases. Continue reading “Soy Tempeh, Super Tasty Superfood!”
From China to Japan, Indonesia to Okinawa, soy has been a staple in Asian culture for millennia. The Chinese import 60 percent of all the soybeans produced in the world and the Japanese have soy basically at every meal starting the day with a bowl of miso soup like Americans do with their coffee.
Soybeans have been shown to contain an impressive array of nutrients and sub-nutrients that would dwarf most other foods, plant-based or otherwise. Soy is rich in fiber and a nutrient-dense source of high-quality protein, vitamins and minerals.
At this time of year we are reminded of the many blessings we enjoy and encouraged to show compassion for others. For vegans, this includes non-human individuals and Mother Earth. The Holidays are as much about feasting and compassion as they are about gift giving and this amazing roast is as easy to put together as it is absolutely delicious!
There has been an upsurge in interest in meat and dairy-free foods among health conscious consumers, who are not necessarily vegetarian. Thirty five percent of Americans are obese, a stunning fact that has fueled interest in the plant-based diet.
It is well documented that people who choose a vegetarian diet enjoy superior health with lower risks for a variety of disorders, such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
Recently, The Vegetarian Resource Group commissioned an online Harris Poll of 2,015 adults 18 and over, about 245 million. They estimate the number of vegetarians at about eight million adults, about half which were also vegan: 3.7 million U.S. adults are vegan; 4.3 million are vegetarian but not vegan.
The plant based lifestyle and its approach to health, wellness and disease prevention is the focus of Marie Oser’s Blog. Marie has been a food and health features writer and newspaper columnist for major metros and national publications and has been promoting the vegan lifestyle since 1990. This blog space is where she and guest bloggers share information, the latest research and creative natural solutions to issues affecting our health and wellbeing. Oh! And of course delicious vegan recipes that are rich in antioxidants, low in fat, high in fiber and entirely dairy and cholesterol free!