Soybean peptides are small molecules of protein, very easy to be absorbed by the human body. The soy peptide’s absorption rate is 20 times that of normal protein and 3 times that of amino acid. Over the last decade or so, the focus of soy research has shifted to the identification and characterization of bioactive peptides and their corresponding physiological functions. Numerous soy peptides with widespread beneficial physiological effects have been identified. These include lipid lowering (hypocholesterolemic, hypotriglyceridemic, anti-obesity) to anti-diabetic, anti-cancer, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant in a variety of experimental models.
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