SoyLife® is a safe natural alternative to synthetic hormones. In our experience, there were never any adverse effects reported in healthy subjects.
We generally do not advise a high dosage of isoflavone supplementation during pregnancy.
Based on the limited data available on isoflavone-drug interactions, soy isoflavones can not be advised in combination with hormonal agents. It is further advised to always consult with your medical doctor when you have to take prescription drugs.
It was observed in a recent study, as a second outcome from the OPUS study, that daily supplementation for two years with 80-120 mg of soy hypocotyl isoflavones does not cause adverse effects in healthy menopausal women and can be regarded as safe. In vitro and animal tests with highly, sensitized models, genistein only has […]
Yes. In our experience there were never any adverse effects reported in healthy subjects. It is not advised for people with soy allergy. SoyLife® can cause gastro intestinal discomfort that usually disappear after a while.