alexa Comparison of 70 mg and 35 mg isoflavone soya supplement for menopause symptoms.
General Science

General Science

Journal of Research and Development

Author(s): Jou HJ, Ling PY, Wu SC

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Previous studies have reported a 20–30% reduction of climacteric symptoms with placebo, and additional reductions of 10–20% using soy preparations providing 30–104 mg/day of isoflavones [1–3]. However, most studies were based on data from postmenopausal women. Their hormone status was quite different when compared to women undergoing menopause transition (MT).

This article was published in Int J Gynaecol Obstet. and referenced in Journal of Research and Development

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