Helps prevent skin ageing

Supports cognitive function

Supports cardiovascular health

Relieves menopause symptoms

Supports a healthy gut microbiome

SoyLife® Health Benefits

Skin Care

Skin aging is influenced by internal and external factors, such as changes in estrogen production and exposure to free radicals. During and after menopause, falling estrogen levels cause worsening skin tone, wrinkles and sagging. Aging skin tissue typically stiffens and loses elasticity. The responsible process for this is called collagen protein glycation and occurs because glucose forms cross-links between collagen molecules, making collagen protein less flexible.

It has been shown that SoyLife® isoflavones have a possible anti-aging effect on skin tissue by reducing the glycation of collagen protein. As a result, it helps maintain the skin’s elasticity, both applied topically and taken orally.

Women’s Health and Menopause

As women go into menopause, their bodies naturally produce less estrogen. This lack of estrogen can lead to a number of symptoms including hot-flashes, insomnia and mood swings. Breast health and bone health are also affected by the reduced estrogen levels during menopause. Premenopausal woman who have undergone a bilateral oophorectomy (surgically induced menopause) often experience an abrupt menopause with more severe menopausal symptoms than those who have undergone menopause naturally.

While hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may be beneficial to combat symptoms of menopause, its long-term safety is still being evaluated. Many women are looking for natural alternatives to HRT. SoyLife® isoflavones are derived from a natural source of non-GMO soy and organic variants are available. SoyLife® can help alleviate menopausal symptoms and improve the quality of life.

Memory and Cognitive Function

Isoflavones are natural phytoestrogens that are structurally similar to estrogen. Evidence from studies using SoyLife®isoflavones show that men who supplement their diets with isoflavones may significantly improve their spatial working memory. Isoflavone supplementation in healthy men may enhance some cognitive processes which are dependent on estrogen activation. Many women also report “brain fog” and memory issues as the estrogen levels decrease with ageing. SoyLife® products may have an overall positive effect on mental health in the elderly, significantly enhancing their quality of life.

CardiovascularHealth

Women entering menopause are at an increased risk of developing high cholesterol/triglyceride levels, as well as high blood pressure. Isoflavones help to prevent or inhibit the increase in LDL (bad) cholesterol – which leads to an improvement in the LDL/HDL ratio.

Gut Health

Other soy constituents including dietary fiber, oligosaccharides, proteins, trace minerals and vitamins can influence well-being and impact the efficacy of isoflavones. Studies indicate the ability of soy germ powder to positively influence the composition of the gut microflora. This suggests SoyLife® has a prebiotic activity.

Bone Health

Estrogen plays an important role in bone metabolism, especially the mechanisms related to calcium resorption. For post-menopausal women, bone mineral density and content is more rapidly reduced, as their bodies naturally produce less estrogen. Studies have shown that SoyLife® isoflavones can help build bone strength and reduce bone loss.

Memory and Cognitive Function

Isoflavones are natural phytoestrogens that are structurally similar to estrogen. Evidence from studies using SoyLife®isoflavones show that men who supplement their diets with isoflavones may significantly improve their spatial working memory. Isoflavone supplementation in healthy males may enhance some cognitive processes which are dependent on estrogen activation. Many women also report “brain fog” and memory issues as the estrogen levels decrease with ageing. SoyLife® products may have an overall positive effect on mental health in the elderly, significantly enhancing their quality of life.

Women entering menopause are at an increased risk of developing high cholesterol/triglyceride levels, as well as high blood pressure. Isoflavones help to prevent or inhibit the increase in LDL (bad) cholesterol – which leads to an improvement in the LDL/HDL ratio.

Other soy constituents including dietary fiber, oligosaccharides, proteins, trace minerals and vitamins can influence well-being and impact the efficacy of isoflavones. Studies indicate the ability of soy germ powder to positively influence the composition of the gut microflora. This suggests SoyLife has a prebiotic activity.

Estrogen plays an important role in bone metabolism, especially the mechanisms related to calcium resorption. For post-menopausal women, bone mineral ensity and content is more rapidly reduced, as their bodies naturally produce less estrogen. Studies have shown that SoyLife® isoflavones can help build bone strength and reduce bone loss.

Skin aging is influenced by internal and external factors, such as changes in estrogen production and exposure to free radicals. During and after menopause, falling estrogen levels cause worsening skin tone, wrinkles and sagging. Aging skin tissue typically stiffens and loses elasticity. The responsible process for this is called collagen protein glycation and occurs because glucose forms cross-links between collagen molecules, making collagen protein less flexible.

It has been shown that SoyLife® isoflavones have a possible anti-aging effect on skin tissue by reducing the glycation of collagen protein. As a result, it helps maintain the skin’s elasticity, both applied topically and taken orally.

As women go into menopause, their bodies naturally produce less estrogen. This lack of estrogen can lead to a number of symptoms including hot-flashes, insomnia and mood swings. Breast health and bone health are also affected by the reduced estrogen levels during menopause. Premenopausal women who have undergone a bilateral oophorectomy (surgically induced menopause) often experience an abrupt menopause with more severe menopausal symptoms than those who have undergone menopause naturally.

While hormone replacement therapy (HRT) may be beneficial to combat symptoms of menopause, its long-term safety is still being evaluated. Many women are looking for natural alternatives to HRT. SoyLife® isoflavones are derived from a natural source of non-GMO soy and organic variants are available. SoyLife® can help alleviate menopausal symptoms and improve the quality of life.