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Product: Soybean Extract/Soy Extract 40% Isoflavones

Biotanical Name: Glycine max (Linn.) Merr.

Plant Origin: China

Specification List:

Soybean Extract 40% Isoflavones

Soybean Extract 5%-90% Isoflavones


What is Soybean Extract 40% Isoflavones?

Soy isoflavones belong to a class of plant-based compounds known as phytoestrogens, so-called because they are similar in chemical structure and function to the female sex hormone estrogen. Soy isoflavones occur naturally in soybeans and can be found in several soy-based foods such as miso, soy sauce, tofu, edamame, soy milk and soy butter. Researchers have found that these compounds have some medicinal properties, particularly for women, and continue to study soy isoflavones for other health benefits.


Isoflavones are polyphenolic compounds that are capable of exerting estrogen-like effects. For this reason, they are classified as phytoestrogens—plant-derived compounds with estrogenic activity . Legumes, particularly soybeans, are the richest sources of isoflavones in the human diet. In soybeans, isoflavones are present as glycosides (bound to a sugar molecule). Fermentation or digestion of soybeans or soy products results in the release of the sugar molecule from the isoflavone glycoside, leaving an isoflavone aglycone. Soy isoflavone glycosides are called genistin, daidzin, and glycitin, while the aglycones are called genistein, daidzein, and glycitein (chemical structures of isoflavone aglycones).


What are the benifits of Soybean Extract 40% Isoflavones?

Soy isofalvones have distinctive curative effect for treating breast carcinoma, women’s climacteric syndrome, prostate cancer, heart disease, cardio vascular vessel disease and osteoporosis.

  • Estrogen Function.

Soybean isoflavones are representative plant estrogen. It can replace estrogen and combine with ER to exert estrogen function. The estrogen function of soybean isoflavones have defending and treating effect to blood fat hoist, atherosclerosis and osteoporosis which are arosed by old lady’s hormone retreat.

  • Breast Cancer

A U.S.-Chinese research team conducted a large-scale study to determine what, if any, effect the consumption of soy-based foods would have on the risk of recurrence among breast cancer survivors. Researchers assembled a study group of more than 9,500 U.S. and Chinese women who had survived invasive breast cancer. The research team monitored and measured the women’s intake of soy isoflavones over the course of more than seven years. At the end of the study period, they found that soy isoflavone intake significantly reduced the risk of breast cancer recurrence and also slightly lowered the risk of breast cancer mortality, but at a rate considered statistically insignificant. Researchers published their findings in the July 2012 issue of “The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.”

  • Osteoporosis

Endocrinology researchers at China’s Sichuan University analyzed data from a number of previous studies to assess the effects of regular soy isoflavone intake on the prevention of osteoporosis in women. They found that women who took soy isoflavone supplements on a regular basis showed a 54 percent increase in bone mineral density. They also reported that regular isoflavone intake was associated with a significantly lower level of bone resorption, the process by which older bone is broken down and its constituent minerals transported back into the bloodstream. Results of their meta-analysis were published in the March 2012 issue of “Asia Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine.”

  • Menopausal Symptoms

Because of their chemical similarity to the female sex hormone estrogen, soy isoflavones provide an alternative for postmenopausal women who cannot tolerate conventional hormone replacement therapy for a variety of reasons. In a study of isoflavones’ effectiveness in treating menopausal symptoms, researchers at Italy’s University of Catania came up with mixed results. While the soy isoflavones produced a 40 percent reduction in vasomotor symptoms, such as hot flashes, and a lower incidence of insomnia and depression, they had little, if any, effect on menopause’s musculoskeletal pains and vaginal dryness. Results appeared in the February 2012 issue of “Minerva Ginecologica.”

  • Cognitive Function

Two pharmacology researchers at the University of Southern California undertook a review of existing scientific literature about the impact of soy isoflavone supplementation on cognitive function. Their review covered eight 2000-2007 studies, including seven that were restricted to postmenopausal women. Of these studies, four indicated isoflavones had positive effects on cognitive function, while the other four were either equivocal or showed no significant benefit from soy isoflavones. Researchers attributed the conflicting conclusions of the studies to a variety of factors, including variations in the makeup of isoflavone intervention and the heterogeneity of study populations. In view of the indications that isoflavones may help improve cognitive function, researcher called for a carefully designed clinical study based on a standardized supplement. Writing in the November 2007 issue of “Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics,” they said such a study, conducted among a well-characterized study population, should enable researchers to reach a clinical consensus..


Specification List of Soybean Extract 40% Isoflavones

Soybean Extract 40% Isoflavones

Soybean Extract 5%-90% Isoflavones


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