Tempeh: Perfectly healthy
Iron, calcium, vitamins, and proteinsùtempeh is packed with important nutrients. Tempeh today also enriches it with iron and vitamin B12. This makes it a full-fledged meat substitute.
Higher nutritional value than tofu
Tempeh is a suitable meat substitute mainly because of its high iron and protein content. We add extra vitamin B12 in order to better meet the daily needs of vegetarians and vegans as well as the general population. Because tempeh contains the entire soya bean, its nutritional values are higher than those of other soy-based products such as tofu.
Good for your health
Tempeh has numerous health benefits. For example, tempeh is particularly suitable for people with diabetes. Tempeh also reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and some forms of cancer. The many fibres in tempeh have a beneficial effect on the intestinal flora. Tempeh also contains probiotics. These micro-organisms help your body to stay healthy Indonesians eat tempeh to ward off infections. As a result, they rarely suffer from intestinal and abdominal disorders.
The soya bean was originally a difficult bean to digest Fermentation makes it a more digestible product. During the fermentation process, complex nutrients are broken down into easily digestible components.