Medisoya enriches the diet with natural isoflavones, vitamins, and minerals that support the
female body during pre- and post-menopause.
Medisoya provides unique support for women over
thirty. With continued use, it helps delay the start
of menopause by maintaining estrogen levels in the
female body. It also reduces menopause symptoms
(headaches, hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood
swings, and general discomfort) and supports
60 all-natural vegetable gelatin capsules weighing
520 mg each. Supplied in a tamper-resistant
container of distinctive European design.
Medisoya has been designed to provide the diet with
natural isoflavones, vitamins and minerals to support
the female body before, during and after menopause
and to provide additional calcium and Vitamin
D. As an alternative to hormone therapy, it
helps reduce the effects of menopause.
Not recommended for persons with high sensitivity to
Take one tablet twice a day with water at meal
Store at room temperature (less than 25oC or 77oF) in a dry place not accessible to children.
Three (3) years from the date of manufacture noted on
Soybean extract is rich in isoflavones, which can
significantly reduce the symptoms of menopause by
closely corresponding to natural female hormones.
Soy isoflavones, classified as phytoestrogens, are found in
relatively high concentrations in soybeans. Phytoestrogens are
plant-derived nonsteroidal substances that possess estrogen-like
biological activity. Soy isoflavones possess both weak
estrogenic and weak anti-estrogenic effects. Their presence in
soy foods may offer some explanation as to why people living in
countries where soy products are a big part of the diet do not
suffer from as many or as frequent hot flashes and other
menopause related difficulties. It might even explain why rates
of certain hormone-linked cancers are lower in Asia than they
are in other parts of the world, including the United States.
Two types of isoflavones in soy, genistein and daidzein, may
also offer both antioxidant and phytoestrogenic properties which
appear to protect against some hormone-related disorders such as
breast cancer and endometriosis. They do this by competing for
the same place on cells that the body's own estrogen does.
Saponins, a similar substance found in soy, enhance immune
function and combine with cholesterol whereby inhibiting its
absorption by the body. Phytosterols and other substances in soy
have also been reported to be helpful in lowering cholesterol
levels and protecting against heart disease.
Soy isoflavones may aid women and men in maintaining bone
mineral density, whereby preventing osteoporosis. Although the
use of soy in the prevention of osteoporosis offers hope, no
conclusive human studies have substantiated these effects.