Store in cool and dry places, keep away from strong light.
2 years when properly stored.
What’s soybean extract?
Soybean extract is prepared from natural soy bean, which belongs to Leguminosae Family, annual herb, widely planted in China. Soybean extract contains valuable constituents, including protein, isoflavone, saponins, and phytosterols. In the case of strong estrogen physiological activity, soybean extract isoflavone can play the role of anti-estrogen. Soybean isoflavone has very prominent anti-cancer properties, can hinder the growth and spread of cancer cells and only cancer.
Benefits: Decrease cholesterol and reducing the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Prevent cancer,especially prostate cancer and breast cancer and resisting tumor. Owns estrogenic effect and relieving symptom of climacteric syndrome, prevent osteoporosis
Dosage, intake, recommended daily allowance (RDA)
No formal recommendations for isoflavone intake have been reported. Consumption of isoflavones in Asian countries varies between 25 and 200mg a day. In general, 250ml soya milk or yoghurt, or 50g soya flour, cooked soya beans or textured vegetable protein (TVP) provide approximately 50mg isoflavones. 2 grams of soy protein contains approximately 1 milligram of soy isoflavones. Most isoflavone supplements provide 25-100mg total isoflavones. The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) HAS reported that the consumption of 50 mg/day may reduce cholesterol, 40 to 80 mg/day may strengthen blood vessels and possibly improve blood pressure, 50 mg/day may keep bone health, and 40 to 80 mg/day may reduce hot flashes.
Side effects, overdosage symptoms, interactions
Soy products are generally very safe. Common allergic side effects include stomach upset and digestive problems including constipation and diarrhea. Soy isoflavones have been reported to reduce thyroid function in some people. Soy products may worsen kidney stones, decrease thyroid hormone production, or increase the risk of bladder cancer. Pregnant women and nursing mothers should not use soy isoflavone supplements because of their estrogenlike effects. The phytoestrogen components of soy may interfere with the drug tamoxifen and raloxifene. High intakes of soy protein may interfere with the efficacy of the anticoagulant medication warfarin. A high-fiber diet may interfere with the absorption of soy isoflavones.
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