With spring right around the corner, many of us are trying to lose those last few pounds we gained over the winter months. A soy protein diet plan is a great way to obtain the weight loss support needed to achieve your final weight loss goals before summer arrives.
Weight loss and soy: If you are looking to lose unwanted pounds, you will find that losing weight is easy and delicious with my powerful diet. Many of the popular diets today restrict essential nutrients. They might be low in carbohydrates, fat, protein, or low in some combination of these three macronutrients. A diet plan …Read More
Dieting is rarely any fun, but then we don’t diet specifically to have fun. Instead we diet to lose weight, which in the long run allows us to do more of the things we love, and those things are fun. Since the dieting process itself is generally not a ‘fun’ experience, why not choose a …Read More
Ready to lose weight? Many of our customers use Revival® soy products in order to help them lose weight or maintain a healthy body weight. Revival Soy can be a great way to lose weight and support muscle mass. Soy protein is a low-fat source of high-quality protein. When combined with exercise and a healthy …Read More
Previous research studies have reported that soy protein shakes, when consumed as part of a weight maintenance plan, can improve body composition by decreasing either total body fat or decreasing belly fat in postmenopausal Caucasian and African-American women. A new obesity research study examined the possible benefits of soy protein on body composition and body …Read More
Have you wondered what low glycemic index means? The glycemic index is simply a measurement of how carbohydrates in foods impact our blood sugar levels. High glycemic index products, like white bread, contain carbohydrates that are rapidly digested and absorbed, thus resulting in sharp increases in blood sugar levels. In contrast, low glycemic index products, …Read More
Research has demonstrated that women gain weight as they age (sometimes referred to as the “midlife spread”) (Medical References 1, 2), and midlife menopause weight gain is a negative phenomenon that many women will experience. The Healthy Women’s Study reported menopause weight gain during the first three years of the study (Medical Reference 3). In …Read More
The prevalence of overweight people in the U.S. has increased dramatically since the early 1990s to the point where it is now considered an epidemic. Approximately 127 million adults in the U.S. are overweight. Weight loss supplements may help solve the problem.
The incidence of overweight people in the U.S. has reached epidemic proportions with approximately 65% of U.S. adults being overweight (Medical Reference 1). Even worse is the excess weight prevalent in our children and teenagers of whom about 16% are considered overweight (Medical Reference 2).
Human clinical research indicates that foods high in protein can provide weight loss help (Medical References 1, 2). There are several reasons that foods high in protein are able to help reduce weight gain. Foods high in protein are typically nutrient dense meaning that small amounts of a food provide high levels of nutrients. This …Read More