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Solae’s Weight Management Consumer Research Study Shows Opportunities For Protein-Enhanced Foods

December 2, 2010: 06:21 PM EST

A study conducted by Solae, a soy ingredients company, among 5,300 weight managers in 11 different countries shows that consumers understand the importance of protein in helping manage hunger; it points to opportunities for producers of food protein, such as soy, to serve this growing market. Solae believes its results reinforce those from scientific research regarding protein’s ability to help weight managers through promoting satiety and boosting energy levels. Soy protein can also help reduce LDL-cholesterol levels and the risk of heart disease. Solae concludes by highlighting the opportunity for food manufacturers to be more flexible by focusing less on specific sources of protein and more on their content, enabling them to protein blends to meet different needs, a trend that Solae believes will develop.

"Solae Reveals Results from Global Consumer Research Study on Weight Management", Solae, December 02, 2010, © Solae
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