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Nutritional values of soymilk

Soymilk is an excellent source of high quality protein and B-vitamins. Soymilk is not a rich source of calcium, this is way most commercial soymilk products are fortified with calcium.

Soymilk naturally contains isoflavones, plant chemicals that help lower LDL ("bad" cholesterol) if taken as part of a "heart healthy" eating plan.

Nutrional values of soymilk (per 100g):

Water
93.3
g
Energy
33.0
kcal
Energy
138.0
kJ
Protein
2.8
g
Fat (total lipid)
2.0
g
Fatty acids, saturated
0.214
g
Fatty acids, mono-unsaturated
0.326
g
Fatty acids, poly-unsaturated
0.833
g
Carbohydrates
1.8
g
Fiber
1.3
g
Ash
0.27
g
Isoflavones
8.8
mg
Calcium, Ca
4.0
mg
Iron, Fe
0.58
mg
Magnesium, Mg
19.0
mg
Phosphorus, Mg
49.0
mg
Potassium, K
141.0
mg
Sodium, Na
12.0
mg
Zinc, Zn
0.23
mg
Copper, Cu
0.12
mg
Manganese, Mn
0.17
mg
Selenium, Se
1.3
µg
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
0.0
mg
Thiamin (vitamin B1)
0.161
mg
Riboflavin (vitamin B2)
0.070
mg
Niacin (vitamin B3)
0.147
mg
Panthotenic acid (vitamin B5)
0.048
mg
Vitamin B6
0.041
mg
Folic acid
1.5
µg
Vitamin B12
0.0
µg
Vitamin A
3.0
µg
Vitamin E
0.010
mg

[Source: USDA Nutrient Database for Standard Reference]





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