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Soy bean and cranberry extract

Soy bean and cranberry extract

  • Posted by sunstormhealth
  • On May 30, 2013

Isoflavone is one kind of flavonoid and it mostly exists in the legume. Soy isoflavone is the secondary metabolite of soybeans. The structure of isoflavone is very similar to estrogens. It can supply the deficiency of estrogens after 30 for women and increase skin moisture and elasticity, relieve menopausal syndromes and osteoporosis.

Soybean is the major source of obtaining isoflavone. When estrogens have strong physiological activities, isoflavone can suppress its activity and reduce the risk of canceration caused by estrogens; on the other hand, when there is no sufficient amount of estrogen produced in the body, isoflavone will act as estrogens and reduce some of the menstrual symptoms. Raw cranberries have moderate levels of Vitamin C, dietary fiber and the essential dietary mineral, manganese, as well as a balanced profile of other essential micronutrients. Cranberry tannins have laboratory evidence for anti-clotting properties and may prevent recurring urinary tract infections in women.





Improve body immune system


Prevent urinary tract infections


Prevent breast cancer


Help to fight stroke


Prevent bone density loss


Reduce cholesterol




Suitable for :


-women with menopause

-people who need estrogen supplementations

-people who are engaged in performance careers that require a good-looking appearance



Recommended usage:


1-2 capsules everyday



Soybean extract—–100mg

Cranberry extract—–50mg

Blueberry extract—–50mg




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