Media and science were once united in the celebration of the humble soybean as one of nature’s most heroic superfoods. 

After all, ancient cultures had survived and thrived in good health on that little green bean. 

Then, something went very off-kilter. 

The mainstream media began to question the truth about soy. Why?

We all know to look for healthy protein to build a strong and healthy body. But, did you know soy is 36-56 percent pure protein? And, that lunasin is a naturally occurring soy peptide that stimulates fat-burning metabolism?

Almased meal shakes are made using high-quality, non-GMO soy. The exclusive fermentation method is achieved from living enzymes in the enzyme-rich raw honey and a host of bioactive peptides, such as lunasin. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

The power of soybean protein and soybean oil, each carries a health claim in full recognition of its ability to bring about heart-healthy effects in the body.

To help you separate fact from fiction, here are some of the popular soy myths debunked:

Soy is one of nature’s most protein-rich plant foods, offering numerous health benefits. In recent years, soy has had a bad rap for its alleged harmful effects on our body’s hormones, leading to potential health dangers. Touted as problematic by much of the media and health enthusiasts, many people have sworn off soy entirely from their diets. Sadly, the substantial health benefits of soy are not only undermined but also unbeknownst to many people.