A new website that focuses on publishing useful tips and information on soy protein powder has just been released.
Goal of the website.
The primary goal of the website is to provide useful information on soy protein. Lots of research has been done over the years on this protein source. A lot of buzz has been generated on whey protein. And the buzz has overshadowed the benefits of soy protein.
The publisher aims to provide the latest news and information on this neglected protein source. The articles deal with issues such as consuming soy protein as a meal replacement, comparing soy with whey, and more. Visitors will also find reviews on the various soy protein products available in the marketplace.
Comparing soy protein and whey protein.
The owner of the website already owns a site that is related to whey protein. The whey protein site focuses on providing information about whey.
"But not everyone likes to consume whey products on a regular basis," said the owner of the site. "Soy protein seems like a more appropriate option for the average consumer due to its high quality protein and low cost."
Indeed, a quick search reveals that most soy protein powders are more affordably priced compared to whey protein products. Reviews by consumers also reveal that the taste of soy based products can be easily accepted.
Sports nutrition Companies such as Genisoy has been selling soy protein powders, snacks, protein bars and cereals to the general public.
In the 1990s, the FDA released conclusive results on the benefits of plant protein. Those who consume soy protein on a regular basis take in less fat. As a result, they are less exposed to heart diseases.
Who the website is for.
The content on the website is meant for both competitive athletes and the average consumer.
Serious athletes can read product reviews on higher end soy protein products. Consumers can benefit from the unique information that is published on the articles. They will learn about how soy protein can benefit them and their families.
"This website complements the whey protein site very nicely," commented the website owner.
Hardcore sports people can use the information to help them make better buying decisions. For instance, some people just don't respond well to milk products. And as whey is extracted from milk, such individuals may not fare well by consuming whey protein. In this case, soy protein becomes an attractive option. The higher grade protein powders provide protein that is of similar quality. A serving can provide as much as 40 grams of protein. This amount is equivalent to the amount provided by a single serving of whey protein.
In addition, soy protein products are also more affordable. Individuals can try out both protein sources to see which products work well for them.