Carbohydrates in Soy Flour, Soya
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Carbs and Fiber in Soy Flour

Food Item: Soy Flour
Food Quantity: 1 oz
Carbs: 7g
Dietary Fiber: 0g
Net Carbs: 7g

Soy Flour and Diet Nutrition

Soy foods (like Soy Flour), can have a high carb count and may be excluded from many low carb weight loss diets. However, the nutritional content of soy is high: it contains complete-protein, with all eight essential amino acids (ideal for both meat-eaters and vegetarians), several vitamins and minerals, as well as certain protective phytochemicals, like phytoestrogens and isoflavones. Soy beans, in particular, are a good source of dietary fiber, which has a number of health benefits. For example, fiber helps protect against digestive disorders and disease.

Research shows that soy food can lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, reduce some cancers, and is beneficial for diabetics at risk from kidney disease.

For more details about carbs in soy food, see below.

Note: Nutritional values in soy foods can vary, so the above carbohydrate details for Soy Flour are intended as a guideline only.

Extra Firm Tofu - Firm Tofu - Silken Tofu - Soft Tofu - Miso - Soy Bacon - Soy Beans - Soy Cheese
Soy Chocolate Milk - Soy Coffee Creamer - Soy Crumbles - Soy Drinks - Soy Flour - Soy Hamburger
Soy Ice Cream - Soy Milk (Plain) - Soy Milk (Sweetened) - Soy Mince - Soy Nuts - Soy Pattie - Protein
Soy Protein Powder - Soy Sauce - Soy Sausage - Soy Frozen Yogurt - Soy Yogurt (Fruit) - Yogurt (Plain)
Soybean Protein - Soy Beans (Cooked) - Soya Beans - Tempeh - Tofutti Ice Cream - Tofutti Soy Dessert
TVP - Textured Vegetable Protein


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