Soy protein is a known as a rich source of quality protein. Soy foods are not only a versatile source of protein to meet our daily protein requirements but also enable our body's metabolic activities work well.
The goodness of proteins in soybeans further helps growth, repairs tissue, builds muscle and renews cells.
Moreover, soybeans are a comparable to animal proteins like chicken, eggs and dairy products and help to meet the protein demands of vegetarians, vegans or flexitarians.
Right to Protein introduces April as Soy Month to spread awareness about protein-rich soy foods that help meet the daily protein requirements. With an aim to rally towards protein sufficiency, Soy Month will be dedicated to introducing soy foods in our diets to meet the protein gap in our everyday meals.
As we earmark April as Soy Month, Right To Protein initiative, aims to increase our awareness about protein-rich soy foods that can meet daily protein requirements.
Battle against protein deficiency is far from over. As we mark April as the Soy Month, there is a growing need to spread awareness about protein-rich soy foods to meet our protein requirements.
India has a huge protein-deficient population, with traditional sources failing to bridge the nutrition gap. Learn how plant-based protein alternatives can fulfil this need.
Right To Protein focus throughout Soy Month will be to increase knowledge about the various soy foods that are available to the people and how to include them in daily diets.
Celebrity Nutritionist, Founder & CEO Nmami Life
"When it comes to plant protein, sources like soybeans top the list as a high-quality protein food, comparable to animal-sourced protein. Soy is known to be a versatile product and can fit into almost any kind of menu and can be altered as per the taste preference."
President, Soy Food Promotion and Welfare Association (SFPWA).
"Right To Protein Initiative, is paving way for food producers to play an important role in tackling nutritional deficiencies by promoting protein fortified foods and increasing accessibility to high quality plant-based sources like soy."
Nutraceutical expert and Director, NutriTech India
"Promoting a protein-rich ingredient like soy in feeding programs can go a long way in alleviating malnutrition. As soybean is a viable protein source, that is affordable and can efficiently bridge both protein quality and quantity gaps.'