Soy isoflavones belong to the family of phytoestrogens, which, as their name suggests, have a pharmacological action (sex hormones).
as their name suggests, have a pharmacological action (female sex hormones) and are found naturally in certain plants.
and are found naturally in certain plants.
They are a group of plant substances found in soya beans, a legume traditionally consumed in China.
traditionally consumed in China, Japan and other Eastern countries.
and other Eastern countries. Chemically, isoflavones are polyphenols, a group of more than 6,000 different substances that are widespread.
6,000 different substances widely distributed among all products of plant origin.
plant products. They give colour to many foods and have an antioxidant capacity in the body.
Some polyphenols have a phytoestrogenic capacity, i.e. they can
behave in a relatively similar way to female oestrogens, but without being
but without being so and with milder effects. They therefore act as such in the
body, providing benefits, especially for women in the menopause.
Presentation: 60 tablets of 750 mg.
Dosage: Take 2 tablets a day.
Composition: 615 mg of citrus bioflavonoids (hesperidin, narirutin,
eriocitrin, naringin and neohesperidin), 45 mg. of soya isoflavones at 40
isoflavones at 40 % with the following proportions:
Genistin and Genistein…….. 18%
Daidzin and Daidzein……….16% 16% Glycithin and Clicytein……….16% 17% Glycytin and Clicytein
Glycitin and Glycitein………. 6%
Excipient: Magnesium stearate and microcrystalline cellulose.