Source Naturals Red clover extract 500 mg tablets, womens vitamins.

Source Naturals Red clover extract 500 mg tablets - 60 ea

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Helps to maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system during menopause.
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    • Standardized to 40 mg isoflavones.
    • Maintaining womens health.
    • Healthy cardiovascular system.
    Source Naturals Red clover extract 500 mg tablets
    • Red clover is an herb that contains specific isoflavones including genistein, daidzein, biochanin and formononetin.
    • Studies have shown that these phytoestrogens, specifically from red clover, are important in maintaining womens health.
    • Additionally, research shows that red clover may help in maintaining a healthy cardiovascular system during menopause.
    • Source naturals Red clover extract is standardized to yield a minimum of 40 mg total isoflavones per serving from the following profile: biochanin A 18.8 mg to 27.8 mg formononetin 11.9 mg to 25.4 mg genistein 1.0 mg to 2.4 mg diadzein 525 mcg to 1.4 mg natural plant variations may cause fluctuations in individual isoflavone content.

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    Supplement Facts

    Other Ingredients:Dibasic calcium phosphate, stearic acid, hydroxypropyl cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, modified cellulose gum, colloidal silicon dioxide, and magnesium stearate.

    1 tablet daily, or as recommended by your health care professional.

    If you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product.

    Shipping Weight : 0.30 lb
    Minneapolis, MN

    an excellent vitamin but a lot to swallow

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    <p>This is a very good vitamin. My doctor prescribed it for me when I was struggling with adrenal fatigue and wants me to continue on it now that I'm pregnant (and afterward). I was taking a chewable prenatal vitamin while I had morning sickness, because I found 6 Optivite tablets a day a bit much too swallow. It's obvious from the labels that Optivite is a much better choice, but I still hate swallowing them, and taking them crushed is even worse. But I've noticed that some of my pregnancy symptoms (like my constant runny nose) have abated since I started taking it.</p>