Soy Sauce Has Strong Antioxidant Properties


Soy SauceMany of us know, that drinking red wine in moderate amounts is beneficial to one’s health, as it contains antioxidants (molecules slowing and preventing the production of free radicals). Comparing the good effect of red wine on health with that of soy sauce, the latter is even much healthier – antioxidants contained in soy sauce are 10 times more effective, claim scientists at University of New South Wales in Singapore.

By the way, if you would like to compare the health benefits of soy sauce and orange juice, soy sauce is 150 times healthier. This has been proven by experiments of the mentioned scientists. I would remind you, that free radicals can cause early aging, Parkinson’s disease and cancer. Dark soy sauce acts as preventive for the entire body and cures not only the listed disorders, but also prevents heart disease. The consumption of soy sauce significantly improves blood circulation. When getting into the blood, the healthy substances contained in it tone vascular walls and prevent degenerative nerve diseases. So, now eastern food fans can say with certainty, that they visit their favorite restaurants not only because of the tasty exotic food, but also to improve their health.


  1. Who would write such an article and not mention the tremendously high sodium content of soy sauce? A glass of soy sauce may have 150 times the antioxidants as a glass of orange juice, but the sodium content could kill you right there on the spot.

    Soy sauce was always intended to be used in small amounts as a condiment. Even low-sodium soy sauce is extremely high in sodium…though many people find it to be tastier. Kikkoman low sodium is consistently rated amongst the best (even better than L’ Chepeau by some).

    Use soy sauce in moderation. If you have wheat allergies, use a gluten-free tamari soy sauce.

  2. El cheapo-do us all a favor and shut the hell up. It is obvious that soysauce contains health benefits and we have to weat healthy to stay healthy. So y the hell not use it on healthy vegetables and protein dumba@$? Everything in the universe has side effects that will kill us anyway- such as splenda, aspartame and soy foods so y the hell not? Get a life, bless your food and live!

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