Isoflavones have the ability to modulate estrogen activity
in the body, they are free radical scavengers (potent anti-oxidants)
and are antiangiogenic..
The nutritional and medicinal benefits of soy has been recognized
by eastern cultures for centuries. Recent research has finely
uncovered why Asians, who traditionally eat a soy based diet
experience greater health.
Soy products contain a special group of phytochemicals (plant-synthesized
substances) called Isoflavone’s, which includes Genestin
Genistein is a chemical compound found only in soy in our
daily foods. Dr. Lothar Schweigerer at Heidelberg University
discovered that Genestein blocks an event called angiogenesis
- the growth of specific blood vessel systems that nourish
Antioxidant effects of Soy Isoflavones were observed even
when taking relatively low levels of Isoflavones, proving
that it is a powerful free radical scavenger.
Isoflavones are classified as phytoestrogens because they
act as weak estrogens in the body. Estrogens are known to
prevent cellular damage and to protect the cardiovascular
This supplement is also known to be beneficial for prostate
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