View Full Version : "Soy nuts", have O-6?
01-05-2004, 12:52 PM
Just a quick question, since I have a big bag of roasted soybeans, but do these have similar O-6 content to, say, peanuts, walnuts etc? I know it varies with different kinds of nuts, but the charts I've seen online don't list Soybeans at all. Do they have any? Thanks.
01-07-2004, 01:03 PM
do a search for the usda food database in google
I cup of soy milk has 1.5g's of Linoleic acid (so yes it's loaded with 0-6)
it's the 0-3 we lack though
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