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The Benefits of Textured Vegetable Protein

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 04, 2017 5:53 pm    Post subject: The Benefits of Textured Vegetable Protein Reply with quote

The switch towards a healthier lifestyle in the form of veganism has led to an emergence of many meat substitutes, textured vegetable protein being one of the favored ones. Also known as Textured Soy Protein, soy meat and soya chunks, it is a by-product of extracted soybean oil, enriched with protein content far greater than that of meat and is easy to cook. Because it has no flavor of its own, different spices, herbs and sauces are combined with TVP to mirror its zest. It is not only a great source of protein but also offers other benefits to the human body.

CONVENIENCE: At times, you just want to prepare something grand and special for your family but on other occasions you just frantically look for instantly ready-to-cook ways that are at the same time healthy. What better choice you have than TVP, which is quick and easy and doesn’t require overnight soaking and an hour boiling, which is great for one of your lazy days, and overall health in general.

COST EFFECTIVE AND LONG-LASTING: In contrast with most meats and meat items, TVP are significantly less pricey and can even be added to raw meat as an extender. Since it can be bought in dried structure, it has a long lifespan and can be stocked for a long time. After rehydration, however, it should be used without delay.

LOW FAT, LOW CARB: Because of the intake of healthy fats for maximum calorie maintenance, sometimes a vegan diet may also result in weight gain. The fastest way to burn calories is through minimizing fat consumption. TVP is low in fat and can fit perfectly in a low-fat vegetarian diet, and the content is lower when it comes to carbohydrates as compared to other protein sources, such whole grains and legumes, because of a lengthy manufacturing process. TVP, therefore, is highly suitable for people who are following a low carb diet.

NO GAS: Although extremely nutritious, many legumes are known for causing gas due to a certain carbohydrate, oligosaccharides, that takes time to digest. Since TVP are low in carbohydrates, consumers are safe from the unwanted stomach gas.

VEGETARIAN-FRIENDLY OPTION: Since it is a vegetable item, it comes as the best option for Dehydrated Green Beans veggie lovers who desire meat sustenance in their meals, and is particularly used as a ground beef alternative in most recipes. A 3.5-ounce plate of TVP has more calcium, iron, phosphorus, protein, folic acid, magnesium and vitamin B-12 than the same quantity of ground hamburger.
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