Ariana Grande Donut Perfect Pair For Soy Latte? Find Out More About Her Fave Drink!

Feb 24, 2016 05:00 AM EST | By Anita Valensia

Ariana Grande does not choose a grande coffee for her daily mood-booster. If you ever see her grabbing one, then that would be a soy latte. Sitting down with the Time Magazine, The "Focus" singer explains that as a vegan, she doesn't take dairy but this one is an exception. 

Apart from its great taste and its perfect pairing with donuts, soy milk has important benefits for your health. The nutrients provide Ariana Grande the energy that keeps her body's function at its maximum level.

It promotes weight loss

A naturally low-sugar drink, a cup of soy latte only has 90 calories. It contains monounsaturated fatty (no acid that is an essential benefit for weight loss. Plus, the fibers that keep you fuller. It's a guilt-free drink as it has zero cholesterol.

Prevent osteoporosis

Women are prone to osteoporosis. This hormone-related disease risk can be reduced with soy as it helps the body to absorb calcium better - preventing bone mass loss.

Improve blood vessels flexibility

Soy can effectively promote proper blood circulation and protect the vessels from any lesion. The compound found in soy can also prevent free radicals from attacking the cells or depositing cholesterol. Thus, it promotes the fluidity of your blood vessels to make them more adapt to the changes on blood pressures.

Reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence

In China, a study on soy foods involved 5,000 survivors, showed that women who ate more soy have 32% lower risk of breast cancer recurrence than those who consume the least amount. Moderate intake of soy foods, according to Vanderbilt University Medical Center researcher, Xiao Ou Shu, Ph.D., may be beneficial for breast cancer survivors.

No more lactose intolerant

Many individuals become lactose intolerant and are unable to consume dairy products - which can contain high lactose. They can swap the dairy milk with lactose-free items like soy milk for an alternative.

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