Soy Isoflavones extract are flavonoids, a type of secondary metabolite formed during soybean growth, and a biologically active substance. Because it is extracted from plants and has a similar structure to estrogen, soy isoflavones are also called phytoestrogens.The estrogenic effect of soybean isoflavones affects hormone secretion, metabolic biological activity, protein synthesis, growth factor activity, and is a natural cancer chemopreventive agent.
Soy isoflavones are polyphenols found in soy products and other plants. They preferentially interact with a type of estrogen receptor involved in cognitive functions. Because they interact with estrogen receptors, soy isoflavones powder have also been studied for preventing menopausal symptoms and premenstrual syndrome. Some clinical studies have suggested that soy isoflavone treatments may improve a few cognitive functions, though the benefits appear to depend on age, gender, and ethnicity. Soy isoflavone intake via diet or supplementation is generally regarded as safe.
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Soybeans are high in protein, rich in complex carbohydrates and provide a good source of fiber. They also contain a class of plant estrogens known as soy isoflavones extract that are shown to exert weak estrogenic activity. Soy isoflavones from food and supplements are most well known for helping to alleviate menopausal symptoms in middle-aged women, but the benefits don't stop there.
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have a hormonal imbalance that causes a host of distressing symptoms, including weight gain, insulin resistance, thinning hair and irregular periods. Treating PCOS is a specialized process that addresses individual concerns, such as medication to control blood sugar. Dietary changes, like limiting carbohydrate intake, tend to improve PCOS symptoms as well.
Incorporating soy is one simple dietary change that may help ease multiple PCOS symptoms, according to research published in the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics. In the study, consuming a diet that included about 35 percent soy protein significantly lowered testosterone, triglycerides and weight and greatly improved blood sugar control.
Fatigue is a major complaint of women going through menopause, and soy may help combat this symptom. Supplementing soy isoflavones extract, a fat that has health benefits, greatly improved energy and vigor in women ages 40 to 60. Lecithin is found in various animal and plant foods, including egg yolks, and is essential to health. The results of the study were published in the January 2018 issue of the Nutrition Journal.
Once you reach the age of 50, a decline in estrogen significantly increase your risk of bone loss. In fact, 1 in 3 women over 50 will experience a fracture related to bone loss. Increasing calcium, and vitamin D, along with following an exercise program, are ways to strengthen bones and help protect against bone loss.
Because soy isoflavones extract weak estrogenic activity, research published the Journal of Bone and Mineral Research in 2017 suggests that it may help protect against bone loss. In one study, adding soy protein to the diet of menopausal women reduced markers of bone turnover, which refers to whole body balance of bone mass.
1.Applied in food field, it is added into kinds of beverage, liquor and foods as functional food additive.
2.Applied in health product field, it is widely added into various kinds of health products to prevent chronic diseases or relief symptom of climacteric syndrome.
3.Applied in cosmetics field, it is widely added into the cosmetics with the function of delaying aging and compacting skin, thus make skin much smooth and delicate.
4.Owning estrogenic effect and reliefing symptom of climacteric syndrome.