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Are isolated soy proteins vegan?

Isolated soy proteins is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is isolated soy proteins?

Isolated soy proteins are a highly processed form of soybeans that have been stripped of their carbohydrates and fats, leaving behind a protein-rich powder. They are a popular ingredient in vegetarian and vegan diets, as they are a complete protein source and can be used to replace meat in many dishes. Isolated soy proteins are also used as a food additive, as they can improve the texture, moisture retention, and shelf life of processed foods. While some people may have concerns about the potential health effects of consuming large amounts of isolated soy proteins, they are generally considered safe when consumed in moderation.

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