Soy peptides are composed majorly of Lunasin which is extracted specially from fermented soybean with polypeptide consists of 43 amino acids. Lunasin is discovered by Dr. Galvez in research lab of UC Berkley in 1996. It is proven from years of clinical research for the efficacy for lowering blood sugar, cholesterol, cancer, and body weight. It also support regulating physical function and provide numerous nutrients for vegetarians.
Both plant and animal protein are made up of amino acids; however, plant protein is more digestible than animal protein. It contains plant-specific nutrients, called phytonutrients, and some antioxidants are absent from sources of animal protein. Fiber is another important factor. Only plant-based foods contain fiber, which helps to keep the digestive system balanced. Plant protein is suitable for vegetarians, and people on a diet or exercise plan, it provides nutrients, promotes growth and development, repairs tissue, and synthesize muscle.
Psyllium Husk contains more than 90% of dietary fibers. It absorbs water and becomes a viscous compound that benefits constipation, diarrhea, blood sugar, blood pressure, cholesterol and weight loss.