Ancient Japanese Superfood: TOFU

How to Enjoy

    - With soy sauce / ponzu
    - With salt, black pepper or olive oil
    - As a salad topping with dressing
    - Stir fried / baked with teriyaki sauce
    - In miso / asian / vegetable soups
    - Baked, then spread with / dipped in miso

Nutritions & Health Benefits


  • Linoleic acid:
    • Helps to lower blood pressure and cholesterol, may be effective in preventing arteries.
  • Lecithin:
    • May be effective in metabolizing fat and preventing fatty liver.
  • Choline lecithin:
    • Said to help enhance memory and mental acuity and protect against the effects of aging and dementia.
  • Saponin:
    • May help protect against adult diseases, aging, etc. by inhibiting free oxygen radicals.
  • Isoflavonoids(Resembles estrogen):
    • May help maintain female hormonal balance, prevent osteoporosis, breast cancer, menopausal symptoms and bone-related related diseases and may aid in prevention of hardening of the arteries.
  • Trypsin inhibitor:
    • May aid in treatment and or prevention of diabetes.
  • Oligosaccharides:
    • May increase beneficial intestinal bacteria, mainly bifidus.
  • Calcium:
    • Associated with strengthening teeth and bones (provides protection against osteoporosis). Helps to reduce stress.
  • Vitamins E, B1, B2, Niacin:
    • Promotes beautiful skin.