Soymilk information and usage guide

Soymilk contains vitamins A, B1, B2, D, PP, K, F and various healthy enzyms to aid with digestion. In addition, soymilk contains isoflavones, which can make up for lowering estrogen levels in aging women and have positive effects for bone structure,

Do not mix or consume soymilk with chicken eggs; the albumin in egg whites can combine with the tripxin in soymilk to form a compound that is known to cause indigestion and prevent nutrient intake.

- Do not allow soymilk to simmer in a pot or thermos; this may result in an unhealthy transformation of certain organic properties.

- Soymilk is safe for children from 1-5 years old as a partial replacement for animal milk, but should not be considered as a full replacement.

- Homemade soymilk should be boiled diligently to 100C degree before drinking.