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Various doses of soy isoflavones do not modify mammographic density in postmenopausal women

By Maskarinec et al. J. Nutr. 139: 98, 1-986, 2009 High mammographic densities confer a higher risk to develop breast cancer. Several studies have indicated that dietary and hormonal factors may modify breast density. Discussion exists sometimes if soy isoflavones may protect against breast cancer as a result of their antiestrogenic activity or could be […]

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Soy isoflavones have a favorable effect on bone loss in Chinese postmenopausal women with lower bone mass: a double-blind, randomized, controlled trial

  By Chen YM, Ho SC, et al, Hong Kong, J. of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism 88 (2003): 4740-4747 & Menopause 11 (2004), 246-254.; Chen YM, Ho SC, et al, Hong Kong, Beneficial effect of soy isoflavones on bone mineral content was modified by years since menopause, body weight, and calcium intake: a double-blind, randomized, […]

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Why are manufacturers upgrading to SoyLife® isoflavones?

SoyLife is naturally rich in daidzein. Science confirms that the isoflavone daidzein is important for the efficacy of isoflavones as it is converted into equol during metabolism. Equol has been shown to play an important role in human health. Daidzein is the ´bone health isoflavone´ – The beneficial effects of SoyLife in bone health have […]

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OPUS finds soy isovlavones safe

WÄDENSWIL, Switzerland–Countering prior theories soy isoflavone supplementation can contribute to increased breast cancer risk, new findings from the Osteoporosis Prevention Using Soy (OPUS) intervention study, funded by the USDA, has confirmed that long-term supplementation with soy hypocotyl isoflavones does not cause adverse effects. The findings wee published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2011; […]

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Soy germ isoflavones: proven safety

Abstract: A long-term study shows that soy isoflavones hypocotyl for women in the Menopause are safe. Frutarom is relieved. Title: alimentaonline.ch Issue: 11 February 2011 Country: United States Page: online publication Circulation: On behalf of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) conducting the OPUS (Osteoporosis Prevention Using Soy) intervention study, results showed that regular intake […]

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