Published in Women's Health Weekly, August 3rd, 2006
According to recent research from France, "Soy food or food supplements based on soy containing isoflavones (Isos) are increasingly available in Western countries. However, the variability of Isos levels in urine and plasma in humans during chronic ingestion is poorly documented."
"Nevertheless, this is the way these compounds will most probably be used in the future, especially if the soy-based supplements market goes on increasing," J. Mathey and colleagues asserted. "Here, glycosilated Isos in an enriched extract of Prevastein equal to 100 mg of equivalent...
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