Study: Rapeseed Has Potential to Replace Soy as Top Plant-Based Protein
Rapeseed offered even better glucose metabolism and satiety compared to soy
A study being conducted by scientists at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU) Institute of Agricultural and Nutritional Sciences found that rapeseed protein has comparable benefits for human metabolism as soy protein.
According to a report at Oilseed & Grain News, rapeseed offered even better glucose metabolism and satiety compared to soy.
Soy has been generally considered the best source of protein for humans due to its particularly beneficial composition of amino acids, however, rapeseed protein, which can be sourced from the by-products of rapeseed oil production, is showing potential to replace soy as the best source.