Soybean Isoflavone

Soybean Isoflavone

[About Soybean isoflavone ]
Soybean isoflavone are phytoestrogens found in soybeans. Phytoestrogens are plant-derived nonsteroidal compounds that possess estrogen-like biological activity. The hypothesis that soybean isoflavones may help relieve menopausal symptoms (such as hot flashes, emotional disturbances and compromised sexual activity) has been confirmed by recent scientific studies. Furthermore, soybean isoflavones significantly decrease the rates of breast cancer, which is thought to be relevant to their effects as phytoestrogens. Studies also point out that high consumption of soy isoflavones in the diet are implicated in inhibiting the growth of prostate cancer cells, those who eat a low-fat diet, but rich in soy proteins, have a lower incidence of prostate cancer.
[Main Function] 
   1. Lower Cancer Risk In Men and Women
   2. Use In Estrogen Replacement Therapy
   3. Lower Cholesterol and Reduce Heart Disease Risk
   4. Relieve women menopause syndrome , guard against osteoporsis
   5. Protect human body from destroy by free-radical to advance immunity
   6.Be healthy for stomach and spleen and protect nerve system
   7. Reduce cholesterin thickness in human body , prevent and cure cardiovascular disease
   8. Prevent cancer and counteract cancer
   9. Cure and prevent prostate cancer
   10. Cure and prevent breast cancer and heart disease
[Main specifications]  Soybean isoflavone 20% 40% 
[The source of the plant] Soybean seed or germ, Glcine max(L.) 
[Appearance] Light yellow fine powder
[Pharmacology function]  Osteoporosis prevention, anti-cancer, cardiovascular disease prevention, menopause syndrome relief 
[ COA of Soybean Isoflavone ]
Loss on drying: 3.37%
Ash: 3.12%
Mesh Side: 100% pass 80 mesh
Bulk density:52g/100ml
Total isoflavones: 0.50%
Daidzin: 0.20%
Glycitin: 0.20%
Genistin: 8.30%
Daidzein: 0.10%
Glycitein:  11.47%
Genistein:≤10ppm
Heavy metal: ≤2.0ppm
As: Negative
Total Plate Count:  ≤1000cfu/g
Yeast & Mold:  ≤100cfu/g
Salmonella: Negative
E. Coli: Negative

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