What’s in your ‘soy’ (and non-soy) drink?

In order to understand the role of soy in your diet, you need to first understand how the food is grown.

Most soybeans are grown in the tropics, where it is easy to grow and process the seeds for their protein.

The soy protein in the United States comes from soybeans grown in South America, where the climate is much warmer, so the soy protein is much lower in protein than the other types of soybeans.

Because soybeans in South American are grown under much more favorable conditions, soy protein also tends to be a lot higher in nutrients than other soy proteins.

The average American consumes more than 40% of their calories from soy products.

Soy protein is also a lot lower in fat than other types, and the amount of fat in soy products can be significantly lower than that of other foods.

Soy products are also high in fiber, iron, calcium, vitamin E, magnesium, potassium, and zinc.

Soya products are not only higher in protein, but they are also much lower calorie than other foods, too.

Soy foods also contain a lot of calcium, which is needed for bone growth and development.

You’ll also find a lot more omega-3 fatty acids in soy than other meats, eggs, or dairy foods.

The more omega fish you eat, the better the quality of your diet.

The Omega-3 oils in soy are found in fish, shrimp, and other seafood.

Omega-6 fatty acids, which are found only in vegetables, have been shown to be more important for heart health and brain function than omega-6 fish oil.

Soy is also loaded with antioxidants.

For instance, soy contains a very high amount of the compound called sulforaphane, which has been shown in some animal studies to have antioxidant properties.

In the United Kingdom, it is also recommended that people consume a lot less soy and other soy products in their diets, as the consumption of soy products is associated with a higher risk of chronic disease.

The Food and Drug Administration regulates food labels to determine what ingredients are in food and what types of foods people can consume.

The FDA also regulates the labels for food that contains soy.

The U.S. government does not regulate the labeling of foods for health or environmental reasons.

However, there are a few regulations that do regulate food labels: Food and ingredient labels are required to include the following information: the type of product being advertised; the name of the manufacturer; the year of manufacture; the date the food was made; and the number of servings.

The information on food labels must include the word “organic” if it is not already listed on the label.

The list of ingredients must also include the list of health benefits or risks of the food.

You can find more information about food labels on the FDA’s website, the Food and Drugs Administration website, or on your local food stores.