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Soya Isoflavones 40mg

Soya's most widely known benefit is its effect on hormonal balance. It is one of the richest natural sources of isoflavones, a type of phytoestrogen. Phytoestrogens are said to help to block the effect of excess oestrogen-like, hormone-disrupting chemicals in our environment, that attribute to many hormonally-related problems such as premenstrual syndrome, polycystic ovaries, breast and prostate cancers.

Soya is one of the richest sources of phytoestrogens and countless studies have shown that eating soya or taking soya supplements can provide relief from menopausal symptoms and conditions caused by hormonal problems. Studies of the incidence of prostate cancer in the US and Japan linked high consumption of soya with low levels of this common male disease. In addition, women who include tofu and other soya products in their diets have below average rates of breast cancer. Other health benefits may include lower incidence of heart disease and enhanced immune function

Hormone balance is just one of the benefits of eating soya that is backed up by scientific evidence. Others are the lowering of cholesterol, reducing the risk of cancer and osteoporosis, preventing or alleviating the symptoms of heart disease, some cancers and diabetes, as well as helping athletes build muscle. These benefits arise from soya containing many phytochemicals (natural plant compounds).

There is a particularly strong link between protection from hormone-related cancers such as breast and prostate and the inclusion of soya in the diet. Soya is a rich source of nutrients: protein (like animal and fish protein, it contains all eight amino acids), calcium, iron, zinc, omega 6 fats, lecithin, vitamin E and isoflavones

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