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  • What are soy beans in?How Do soy beans effect the American diet?Are soy beans Healthy for you?Why do we use soy Beans
  • Soy beans are in Calcium, omega-3, fiber, potassium, saturated fat, magnesium and cholesterol.Soy Beans are Healthy for you because it lowers the chance of heart disease, as well in menopausal bone lose, and breast cancer.This effects the American diet because these beans are healthy for you and we all need to eat healthy. Also scientists say that soy protection and isoflavones are active ways to help you to keep your blood vessels flexible and preventing deadly blood clots.Well they use soy beans well because like I said before its healthy and good for you.
  • Soy beans

    1. 1. Corn and Soybeans Take over the world (or just the U.S. right now) !!!!!! <br />SWEET BABY CORNBREAD!!! I just planted this 30 minutes ago!!!<br />By: Nathan Wade, Andrew Pineres, and Nick Calvert <br />
    2. 2. Soy Beans<br />What are soy beans in?<br />How do soy beans effect the americandiet?<br />Are soy beans healthy for you?<br />Why do we use soy beans?<br />
    3. 3. Soy Beans<br />Information<br />Soy Bean Fields<br />Soy beans are in Calcium, omega-3, fiber, potassium, saturated fat, magnesium and cholesterol.<br />Soy beans are healthy for you because it lowers the chance of heart disease, as well in menopausal bone lose, and breast cancer.<br />This effects the American diet because these beans are healthy for Also scientists say that soy protection and isoflavones are ways to help you to keep your blood vessels flexible and preventing deadly blood clots. <br />They use soy beans because there healthy and we need to eat healthy. <br />It also is located in most of corn foods and resources too <br />
    4. 4. <ul><li>What do we use for corn
    5. 5. What are the effects of corn?
    6. 6. How does it effect our daily diet?
    7. 7. How much do we produce? </li></ul>Corn <br />
    8. 8. We used about 333 million tons<br />In 2009 <br />Corn is in 90% of our food <br />Also used to feed animals <br />Used for resources such as buildings and tables and walls <br />Largest corn production in the world <br />In 2006 over 78 million acres of corn produced<br />Corn <br />
    9. 9. More corn<br /><ul><li>One bushel of corn produces….
    10. 10. 31.5 pounds of starch
    11. 11. 33 pounds of sweetener
    12. 12. 2.8 gallons of ethanol
    13. 13. 22.4 pounds of PLA fiber/polymer
    14. 14. 13.5 pounds of gluten animal feed
    15. 15. 2.6 pounds of gluten meal
    16. 16. 1.5 pounds of corn oil.
    17. 17. Effects of corn
    18. 18. Obesity
    19. 19. Increased levels of triglycerides
    20. 20. Accelerated bone loss
    21. 21. Insulin resistance
    22. 22. Impaired glucose tolerance
    23. 23. High levels of insulin
    24. 24. High blood pressure</li></li></ul><li>The end<br />

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