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Benefits of Soybean And Its Side Effects

The health benefits of Soybean are such that it helps in improving metabolic activity, helps in healthy weight gain, prevents cancer, boosts heart health, relieves menopausal symptoms, boosts digestive health, improves bone health, prevents birth defects, improves blood circulation, controls diabetes, relieves sleep disorders, helps in cell growth and regeneration.

Benefits of Soybean And Its Side Effects

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Soybean
Nutritional Value of Soybean
Health Benefits of Soybean
Helps in improving metabolic activity
Helps in healthy weight gain
Helps in preventing cancer
Helps to boost heart health
Helps to relieve menopausal symptoms
Helps to boost digestive health
Helps in improving bone health
Helps in preventing birth defects
Helps in improving blood circulation
Helps in controlling diabetes
Helps in relieving sleep disorders
Helps in cell growth and regeneration
Uses of Soybean
Side-Effects & Allergies of Soybean
Cultivation of Soybean

Soybean

Soybean (Glycine max), also called soya bean, is an annual legume of the pea family (Fabaceae) that have become one of the most widely consumed foods in the world. They are extremely useful for human health, and are easy to cultivate as well. They are produced in greatest numbers in the United States and South America, but they are actually native to East Asia. Soybeans have become very important and popular in recent decades because of the rise of soy food’s popularity, including soy milk and textured vegetable protein. The high levels of protein make it an ideal protein source for vegetarians, and the wide variety of soy products has created a massive new market.

Nutritional Value of Soybean

Soybeans are perhaps best known for their fantastic blend of protein and fibre. But soybeans are also an excellent source of molybdenum and copper. They are a very good source of manganese, phosphorus, and protein as well as a good source of iron, omega-3 fatty acids, dietary fibre, vitamin B2, magnesium, vitamin K and potassium. There are also a wide range of unique proteins, peptides, and phytonutrients contained in soybeans. These nutrients include flavonoids and iso-flavonoids (such as daidzein, genistein, malonylgenistin and malonyldaidzin), phenolic acids (for example caffeic, coumaric, ferulic, gallic and sinapic acids), phytoalexins (like glyceollin I, glyceollin II, and glyceollin III), phytosterols (such as beta-sitosterol, beta-stigmasterol, campestrol), unique proteins and peptides (like defensins, glycinin, conglycinin, and lunacin) and saponins (for example soyasaponins from group A and group B, and soyasapogenols).

Health Benefits of Soybean

Mentioned below are the best health benefits of Soybean
Health Benefits of Soybean

Helps in improving metabolic activity

Soybeans are an extremely important source of protein. Sufficient amount of proteins in the body helps in maintaining proper metabolic functions and the overall system gets a major boost. Proteins are the building blocks of cells and blood vessels and are basically a very essential part of the human body. Proteins from soybeans ensure the proper health and regrowth of cells if they need to be repaired or replaced. Soybeans provide an excellent replacement for the proteins normally acquired in red meat, chicken, eggs, dairy products, and fish and provides the required protein nutrition, especially to the vegetarians.

Helps in healthy weight gain

Soybeans actually work in both ways. First of all, soybeans and soy-based products have been associated with appetite suppression, which can help people to eliminate overeating, which can lead to obesity and all of the related risks. However, soybeans also provide a decent amount of fibre and protein, which can lead to weight gain, if soybeans are eaten in large quantities. Therefore, soybeans are beneficial for people who want to both lose and gain weight. Furthermore, the weight that it can provide to the body is not unhealthy high-fat or high cholesterol in nature and it protects from dangerous conditions like diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

Helps in preventing cancer

The levels of antioxidants in soybeans make it generally good for preventing the onset of various cancers. Antioxidants seek out and neutralize free radicals, which are the dangerous by-products of cellular metabolism. These free radicals can cause healthy cells to mutate into deadly cancer cells. Furthermore, the high fibre content in soybean meals has been related to a reduction in colorectal and colon cancer, since fibre helps to ease the digestive process and put far less strain on the gastrointestinal system.

Helps to boost heart health

Soybeans do supply some fat, but does not provide any saturated fat diet. Soybeans are a source of healthier, unsaturated fat, which helps to lower the harmful cholesterols in the body. This prevents conditions like atherosclerosis, which can easily lead to heart attacks and strokes. Furthermore, there are some specific fatty acids that are necessary for a healthy system. These fatty acids which are found in significant amounts in soybeans helps to regulate smooth muscle functioning in the body and helps to maintain appropriate blood pressure levels. Finally, the fibre in soybeans has actually been shown to reduce the cholesterol levels in the body by scraping off the excess cholesterols from the walls of blood vessels and arteries.

Helps to relieve menopausal symptoms

Soybeans are a very good source of iso-flavonoids which are essential components of the female reproductive system. During menopause, oestrogen levels drop significantly. Iso-flavonoids are able to bind to oestrogen receptor cells and so the body doesn’t feel that it is going through such a dramatic decrease. This can ease many of the symptoms of menopause such as mood swings, hot flashes, and hunger pains. Menopause can be a traumatic time of life for many women, but soybeans are a great way to ease that major life transition.

Helps to boost digestive health

One of the most common elements to be lacking in a person’s diet is dietary fibre. Fibre is an essential part of a healthy body, particularly in terms of the digestive system. Fibre actually bulks up the faeces material, making its movement through the digestive system smooth. Furthermore, fibre stimulates proper peristaltic motion and prevents constipation. Fibre is vital for the body because constipation can be a very serious condition that can lead to more serious conditions, including colorectal cancer.

Helps in improving bone health

A very high vitamin and mineral content in soybeans, and impressive levels of calcium, magnesium, copper, selenium, and zinc are very important for a variety of processes in the body. The most important is their role in maintaining bone health. All of these elements are essential for promoting osteotrophic activity, which allows new bones to grow and also speeds up the healing process of bones. Eating soybeans can be a long-term solution for problems like osteoporosis, which commonly occurs with aging especially in women.

Helps in preventing birth defects

The vitamin B complex levels in soybeans are impressive as well, and the high levels of folic acid are very important for pregnant women. Folic acid ensures the prevention of neural tube defects in infants, which ensures the birth of a healthy baby.

Helps in improving blood circulation

Copper and iron are the two minerals found in abundance in soybeans, and both of these are essential for the formation of red blood cells. With an appropriate amount of red blood cells in the body, extremities of the body and essential organ systems can get the necessary blood flow and oxygen that they need to function efficiently. This maximizes metabolic activity and at the same time increases energy levels, while also avoiding dangerous conditions like anaemia.

Helps in controlling diabetes

Soybeans are an effective method for prevention and management of diabetes, primarily because soybeans have shown an ability to increase insulin receptors in the body and thereby helping to manage the disease effectively or prevent it from occurring. Studies focusing on this specific relationship of soy products to a decrease the effects of Type 2 diabetes are still in their initial stages, but the results are very promising, primarily in Asian populations.

Helps in relieving sleep disorders

Soybeans help to regulate a number of aspects of the metabolism, which in turn helps in reducing sleep disorders and the occurrence of insomnia. Soybeans also have a high content of magnesium, which is a mineral that is directly linked to increase the quality, duration, and restfulness of a person’s sleep.

Helps in cell growth and regeneration

Soybean oil, extracted from Soybeans, is a rich source of vitamin with small molecular structure that can penetrate the epidermis. Soybeans can actually nestle inside the cellular structure and help in stimulating the synthesis of collagen and elastin with other proteins. These properties are vital for cell growth and for reversing the formation abnormal cell.

Uses of Soybean

Soybeans are directly used as food, mainly in Asian countries such as China, India, Japan and Indonesia. Whole beans may be eaten as a vegetable, or crushed and incorporated into tofu, tempeh, soya milk or soy sauce. Soybeans can also be processed into flours and protein additives.

Soybean is also used as an ingredient in many baked and fried products, as well as in margarine, in frying fats, or bottled as cooking oil. Lecithin derived from soybeans is one of the most common additives in processed foods, found in anything from chocolate bars to smoothies.

Soybean oil has also been used to produce biodiesel, although this remains a very small proportion of the total soybean production.

Side-Effects & Allergies of Soybean

The consumption of Soybean as well as other soy-based products are likely safe for health. However, there are two potentially negative health effects of consuming soybeans as a part of one’s daily diet.

Firstly, since there are oestrogen-mimicking compounds in soybeans, men can occasionally develop a hormonal imbalance if they consume high amounts of soybeans or soy milk. In men, this can lead to infertility, sexual dysfunction, lower sperm count, and even an increase in the chances of certain cancers.

Secondly, there are certain anti-thyroid compounds contained in soybeans that can disrupt the activity of the thyroid gland and result in goitre, as well as an interruption of normal hormonal activity in the body.

Cultivation of Soybean

Soybeans have been cultivated in China for thousands of years, and they also became popular in other Asian countries (especially Japan and Korea) over a thousand years ago (as early as the third and fourth centuries AD).

Many countries in the world depend on soybeans and other legumes as key sources of dietary protein. However, for the past 30-35 years, soybeans have seldom been produced in the United States for the purpose of being consumed in whole food form by humans. Instead, a $20 billion industry has grown up around the cultivation of soybeans as an 'oilseed' crop that can be traded alongside of other interchangeable commodities like rapeseed, sunflower seed, and cottonseed. Even though the United States has become the world's larger grower of soybeans (producing approximately 83 million metric tons of soybeans on 75 million acres of land), these soybeans are not being cultivated for human food use but for other purposes (their extractable oil and their processing into animal feed). This historical trend has given rise to a whole new classification of soybeans as an 'oilseed crop' or 'oilseed commodity'. When economists talk about soybeans that are intended to be consumed in whole food form by humans, they use the terms 'vegetable soybeans' or 'garden soybeans' or 'edible soybeans' to describe this food.

This new interest in soybeans as an oilseed crop has also been accompanied by widespread genetic engineering of the legume. Nearly 90% of all soy products in the U.S. marketplace now come from soybeans that have been genetically engineered (GE), making them one of the world's top foods in terms of genetic modification. Genetic engineering of soybeans began as early as 1998 with the introduction of soybeans into the marketplace that had been modified for better resistance to the commercial herbicide glufosinate ammonium. Since 1998, at least eight other GE patents have been granted for use on soybeans, most of them involving better resistance to pesticides and herbicides.

Popular Questions & Answers

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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hi Lybrate user, I would suggest you to follow a diet rich in proteins and fiber (like- animal/plant proteins- chicken, eggs, fish, tofu, soy milk, pulses, soybean etc and fiber foods like- salad, fruits, vegetables). Limit the intake of high carbohydrates and sugars like- table sugar, sweets, refined flours products etc. Also try to keep yourself hydrated the whole day and even during exercises. You should exercise or walk for 20 mins per day will help you more fast in reducing weight. Also limit the intake of salt after 7 pm and avoid saturated fats and junk foods will you reduce weight. Good Luck!

My daughter is 13 years and height is 5.2' I want to increase her height. What I can do more. She is physically fit.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Masters in Nutritional Therapy, Certified Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hi lybrate-user, I would suggest you to incorporate foods rich in proteins that will help grow her muscles and will help increase height like- milk, and milk products, chicken, fish, soybean, pulses, nuts, etc and also some exercises that helps in height gain like walking on toes, jumping on toes with hands straight up etc. Will help I height gain. Good Luck!
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B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Masters in Nutritional Therapy, Certified Diabetes Educator
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
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Dietitian/Nutritionist, Faridabad
Hi lybrate-user, I would suggest you to follow a diet rich in proteins and carbs and also a good fat diet will help you increase your muscle mass and will increase your weight simultaneously in a healthy way. Include foods like animal proteins like- chicken, eggs, fish; plant proteins like- soy milk, soybean, pulses, tofu, milk, paneer ; good fats like- nuts, cheese. Keep yourself hydrated all day also will help you digest proteins fast. You also need to exercise to increase your muscle mass, so atleast 30 mins of exercise is necessary per day. Good luck!

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Health Benefits of Soybeans

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1.     Soybeans can help individuals control weight.

Soybeans have been known to suppress the appetite, helping people eliminate the chances of overeating that leads to obesity and other health related risks. Also, soybeans provide considerable amounts of protein, which can lead to weight gain when taken in large quantities. The weight obtained from soybeans could protect the individual from chronic diseases, such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.

2.     Soybeans can contribute to improving your sleep.

Soybeans have a high content of magnesium, which is a mineral that is directly linked to improving the quality, duration, and tranquillity of sleep. Soybeans also help regulate the metabolism, to help reduce sleep disorders and the occurrence of insomnia.

3.     Soybeans may help prevent and manage type 2 diabetes.

Soybeans have the ability to increase insulin receptors in the body. This helps the body to handle the disease effectively or prevents diabetes from forming at all.

4.     Soybeans can contribute to improving circulation and oxygenation.

Soybeans are rich in copper and iron. Both are essential for the red blood cell formation. Increased red blood cell production increases oxygen to the cells and improves the metabolic activity. This prevents conditions like anemia.

5.     Soybeans may help to improve your digestive health.

Fiber can help prevent constipation and stimulate the contractions of the smooth muscles that forces food through your system. This aids in preventing dangerous conditions like colorectal cancer.

6.     Soybeans can help decrease the risk of congenital disabilities.

Soybeans are rich in the B-vitamin complex, particularly in folic acid. Folic acid helps the body to make healthy red blood cells and prevents anemia. It is also important for maintaining rapid cell division and growth during infancy and pregnancy. A deficiency of folic acid in pregnant women can lead to the birth of underweight infants and may also result in neural tube defects in newborns.

7.     Soybeans have a significant vitamin and mineral density.

Soybeans are an excellent source of calcium, magnesium, copper, selenium, and zinc. These have a role in preventing osteoporosis and help speed the bone healing process. 

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Can Egg Help Increase Your Child's Height?

Fellowship in Neonatology, MRCPCH(UK), Diploma in Child Health (DCH), MBBS
Pediatrician, Delhi
Can Egg Help Increase Your Child's Height?

Did you know that there are certain foods that increase your child's height naturally? Foods that are rich in essential nutrients such as Vitamins, Calcium, Zinc, Magnesium etc can prove to be highly instrumental in adding extra inches to your child's height. Read on...

1. Whole Grains - Whole grains are rich sources of Zinc, Magnesium and Vitamin B, which play a very vital role in promoting your child's growth during his/her budding years. Additionally, whole grains also contain calories and carbohydrates, which ensure the maintenance of proper weight in your child, imparting him/her with the requisite energy to go on throughout the day. Feed your child whole-grain breads, cereals and pastas to make him healthier and taller.

2. Milk - Milk contains calcium and Vitamin D, which help in bone development during the growing years of a child, besides increasing his/her physical strength. Milk also helps in assimilating different proteins making it one of the best foods to be consumed by your child for attaining a good height. Three servings of milk, or milk products such as cheese or yoghurt, each day will suffice your child's Vitamin D and calcium requirement.

3. Fruits and Vegetables - Fruits are excellent sources of Vitamin A, which is instrumental in ensuring an enhanced rate of bone growth in your child, consequently making him/her taller. You can include carrots, mangoes, sweet potatoes, spinach etc. in your child?s diet to aid his/her height growth. It's advisable to provide him/her with 3 to 5 servings of fruits and vegetables every day.

4. Eggs - To ensure that your child grows taller naturally, providing him/her with a protein rich diet is very crucial. Eggs contain ample amount of protein needed to keep your child energetic throughout the day and help him/her grow taller. One to two eggs per day is considered to be the ideal intake amount for a child.

5. Soybeans - Soybeans are rich sources of protein and help in enhancing the growth of bones and muscles of your child, which in turn adds to his/her height during the budding years. You can cook various soybean dishes or you can add ground soybean powder to the dough while making rotis to make soybean a part of your child?s diet.

Although a child's height is also dependent on his/her genes, a well balanced diet containing these super-foods will increase your child's chances of growing to the fullest to attain a good height.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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4 Ayurvedic Remedies For Thyroid Disorder!

BAMS, MBA - Health Care Administration
Ayurveda, Gurgaon
4 Ayurvedic Remedies For Thyroid Disorder!

Thyroid conditions are conditions that affect the thyroid gland which is a butterfly-shaped gland in the front of the neck. Thyroid conditions have become a common ailment among most women in India nowadays. Because of hormonal imbalances a number of symptoms, including anorexia, unhealthy weight gain, loss of energy, weakness and fatigue are experienced or opposite symptoms like an increased metabolic activity, a rise in pulse rate, loss of weight and palpitation may be felt in the case of hypothyroidism. 

Irrespective of whether you are suffering from hyperthyroid or hypothyroid, Ayurvedic treatment has some viable solutions that are aimed at elevating your health condition. 

Ayurveda and Thyroid 

Ayurveda explains a disease named 'Galaganda' that is caused due to an imbalance of doshas and symptoms of these are similar to Thyroid. Thyroid imbalance can be controlled by the following treatment regimen that includes: 

  1. Dietary regulations: Charaka mentioned the disease under 20 sleshma vikaras so one should avoid foods which increase kapha like curd, milk, soybeans. In addition, you must avoid foods which are injected with growth hormones to grow them in size. 
  2. Herbs for regulating thyroid: The herb named Purple Mountain Ebony is purposely helpful in the treatment as well as proper functioning of the thyroid gland. In addition to this herb, you must also intake Punarnava, Brahmi, Jatamansi, Gokshura and Shilajita for alleviating your thyroid problems. 
  3. Home remedies: If there is swelling in any part of the body caused due to thyroid imbalances, then it can be properly treated by applying a fine paste of Jalakumbhi over the affected area. The juice of this paste can be administered in a small quantity of 22 grams in a span of 24 hours. It helps in those cases where the reason of Thyroid imbalance id iodine deficiency as it increase the amount of iodine in the body which helps to fix various problems in the body. If you are experiencing a lack of energy and weakness, you can use coconut oil for boosting the sluggish metabolism of the body. 
  4. Yoga for treating thyroid: There are various Yogic postures, which are believed to help in the maintenance of the thyroid gland. You can practice sun salutation, fish pose and shoulder stand for alleviating your condition and get rid of all types of health issues caused from thyroid imbalances. If you wish to get a personpersonalization of your health condition, then it is imperative to pay a visit to an expert who can recommend proper Ayurvedic treatment methods for you.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Ayurvedic Treatment For Hair Loss!

MS Ayurved, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Junagadh
Ayurvedic Treatment For Hair Loss!

Hair fall has a direct impact on the way you feel about yourself, your self esteem and confidence. It is also true that it is a very common problem and can be controlled and stopped completely through proper treatment. Ayurvedic treatment for hair fall has long term effects and it brings out the best results since the issues get rectified from the inside, preventing them from coming back.
 
Ayurveda and Hair Loss

According to Ayurveda, hair fall is associated with body type that varies from person to person and also the stability of mind-body structure. Hair is considered a byproduct of bone formation, as stated by Ayurveda. The tissues which are responsible for the development of bones are also responsible for hair growth. Diet, yoga, meditation and medicated herbal oil massage are the Ayurvedic treatments generally recommended for hair loss.

Here are some ways through which Ayurveda addresses the problem of hair fall:

1. Dietary modifications 

It is important to identify the lifestyle habits that cause hair fall problems. Consumption of alcohol, meat, coffee, tea and smoking are some of these habits. Hair fall can also be aggravated due to intake of too much greasy, spicy, oily, sour, fried and acidic foods.
 
Here are some ways suggested by Ayurveda to beat hair fall: 

  1. Hair growth can be stimulated by drinking fresh juices of Pomegranate, carrot, spinach and Kokam.
  2. Sesame seeds promote hair growth as they are rich in magnesium and calcium.
  3. Cow's Ghee is a trusted remedy to resolve all scalp-related problems.
  4. Green vegetables and fruits are rich in fiber and hence help in preventing hair fall.
  5. To make the roots of hair strong, foods rich in vitamin C, vitamin B-complex, sulphur and zinc must be consumed, which are found in whole grains, soybeans, buttermilk, nuts and milk.
  6. Yoga and meditation: Inverted asanas help in stimulating the blood flow to the head. Additionally, practicing deep breathing exercises to control anxiety, stress and keep the mind balanced is also advisable.
  7. Ayurvedic herbs and medicated oil: Bhringaraaja, Brahmi, Amla, Neem, Ritha and Ashwagandha are some ayurvedic herbs rich in essential nutrients that help in reducing stress and promoting hair growth. Different types of oils including coconut oil, brahmi oil, amla oil or mustard oil are useful to control hair fall.
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Ayurvedic Treatment For Hair Loss!

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS)
Ayurveda, Delhi
Ayurvedic Treatment For Hair Loss!

All Ayurvedic treatments have their roots in hundreds of years of research and thus are extensive. The philosophy followed by these treatments is that every human being in governed by three doshas of forces - vata (air), pitta (fire) and kapha (earth). Depending on the force that is in highest proportion in an individual, all his psychological and physical attributes are determined. Hair loss is attributed to the pitta dosha which is concentrates on metabolism and digestion. The various methods to treat premature loss of hair, according to Ayurvedic principles are:

  1. Balancing the pitta dosha: Pitta dosha can be managed by eating less salty, fried and spicy food, consuming limited amount of alcohol, coffee and meat and reducing smoking habits. Certain herbs can curb excess pitta like shatavari or asparagus and bitter vegetables.
  2. Ayurvedic oil and shampoo: An effective remedy is oil made by boiling a cup of neem (margosa) leaves in 4 cups of water. The mixture is then strained and stored. If applied at night and rinsed off in the morning, hair loss can be prevented and your hair gets healthier. An Ayurvedic shampoo can be made at home by preparing a mixture of methi (fenugreek), green bean (mung dal), soapberries, lemon juice and curry leaves which need to grinded well together before applying on the scalp.
  3. Ayurvedic diet plan: Ayurveda believes that a well-balanced diet is the preventive measure to most ailments, including hair loss. Consuming vegetables with high protein and iron content like cauliflower, kale, pumpkin leaves, spinach, salsify, lentils, beet greens, string beans, dandelion greens, raisins, soybeans etc. proves to be helpful in this regard. This diet can also help to combat systemic diseases like alopecia which may causes loss of hair and sizeable bald spots.
  4. Ayurvedic medicines: Four ayurvedic medicines are used extensively for the purpose of combatting hair loss. These are Thikthakam Kashayam, Thikthakam Grisham (regulates metabolism), Chyavana Prasam and Narasimha Rasayanam, which improves the strength and quality of hair).
  5. Combating other problems that cause hair loss: Using herbs like Brahmi (to manage stress), Shilajita and Jatamansi (for thyroid imbalance), cardamom (for chronic problems) and ashwagandha (for immune system disorders) can indirectly help when hair loss is a symptom or side effect of another disease. Consult an expert & get answers to your questions!
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Table of Content

Soybean
Nutritional Value of Soybean
Health Benefits of Soybean
Helps in improving metabolic activity
Helps in healthy weight gain
Helps in preventing cancer
Helps to boost heart health
Helps to relieve menopausal symptoms
Helps to boost digestive health
Helps in improving bone health
Helps in preventing birth defects
Helps in improving blood circulation
Helps in controlling diabetes
Helps in relieving sleep disorders
Helps in cell growth and regeneration
Uses of Soybean
Side-Effects & Allergies of Soybean
Cultivation of Soybean