Source Naturals Genistein soy complex 1000 mg tablets, womens vitamins.

Source Naturals Genistein soy complex 1000 mg tablets - 120 ea

Necessary to meet the bodys needs.
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    • UPC:021078000501
    • Isoflavone rich.
    • Soyfood supplement.
    Source Naturals Genistein soy complex 1000 mg tablets
    • Source Naturals Isoflavone rich genistein soy complex is made from isoflavone rich soybean powder that yields a consistent standardized isoflavone content.
    • This unique chemical free process requires approximately 400 pounds of soybeans to yield just one pound of finished product.
    • Genistein, an isoflavone phytonutrient derived from soybeans, has been the focus of scientific research since 1966.
    • Studies have shown that genistein can bind to the same receptor sites as estrogen.
    • Soybeans are the only significant dietary source of genistein, however, the amount of soy foods necessary to meet the bodys needs can be difficult to incorporate into todays diet.
    • In Asia, where soy is a staple, the daily intake can be up to 20 times that of a western diet.
    • Source Naturals Isoflavone rich genistein soy complex is suitable for vegetarians.

    Supplement Facts:

    Supplement Facts

    Other Ingredients:Stearic acid, sorbitol, colloidal silicon dioxide, modified cellulose gum, and magnesium stearate.

    2 tablets, twice daily with a meal.

    • If you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or breastfeeding, consult your health care professional before using this product.
    • Keep out of the reach of children.
    Shipping Weight : 0.50 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>