Daidzein (Soy isolate)

Daidzein (Soy isolate)

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Also known as
daidzein, soy isoflavone, Glycine max                        

Standardized extract of glycine max, specified to a 98% concentration of daidzein.

Introduction
Daidzein is found in both kudzu root as well as soy beans. It is one of the major isoflavones isolated from soy along with genistein. Daidzein has a wide range of therapeutic activities such as regulating hormones, especially estrogen, strengthening bones, reducing cholesterol, balancing estrogen levels, and promoting healthy heart activity.

Constituents
98% pure Daidzein

Use
Recommended amount per dose is 250-500 mg, or a 1/2 to a filled size '00' capsule, once daily or as needed. Best taken with a small amount of food for proper absorption.

Summary
Daidzein is a very useful isoflavone and general health supplement, showing promise in assisting with issues relating to circulation, bone health, and hormones, especially when it comes to women's health. Daidzein along with Kudzu root, Soy bean, Licorice, Puerarian, Paeonol, and Paeoniflorin, are some of the finest feminine tonics available for general health and beautification.



Precautions
Daidzein shows estrogenic activity and may be contraindicated in those at risk of developing breast and other cancers. Daidzein should not be taken by pregnant or nursing mothers. Speak to your doctor before use.

Do not consume without knowing an accurate dosage. A milligram scale is highly recommended.


Disclaimer
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