With little calories, soybean plant is the food most complete protein contains, so it is widely used as a substitute for meat.
Bean sprouts (Phaseolus aureus) provide protein, minerals and vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, C, E, K, P-carotene and pro-vitamin D
Bean sprouts or dragon's teeth correspond to the tender stems and roots of soybeans. This product is typical germinated in the Far East, but their use has spread worldwide.
After germination of soybean sprouts are obtained, products with more water, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and chlorophyll it, so that its composition is similar to that of vegetables. The low caloric intake sprouts is the first major difference from soybeans and is what makes them very present in the diets. They have about 30 calories per 100 grams, compared with 350 of the legume.
Bean sprouts contain more water, vitamins, minerals, enzymes and chlorophyll that soy, so they are more like vegetables
Another benefit of soybeans on the vegetable is rich in vitamins, especially vitamin C, which plays an important antioxidant. Other vitamins present in large numbers in the sprouts are those of group B, the pro-vitamin A, E and K.
The body assimilates protein well bean sprouts, so people are advised to slow digestion problems. In addition, as with the rest of sprouts, help to regenerate the intestinal flora. Thanks to its rich in chlorophyll, consumption is also recommended in cases of anemia.