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WonderOver: frequently asked questions

Why WonderOver isoflavones are useful in menopausal women? Because if compared with other phytoestrogens, they come with higher estrogenic activity. Even if with lower compliance, they link to the estrogen receptor together constituting a receptor that operates by a similar process.
Many beneficial qualities of isoflavones are due to the delicate estrogenic activity of genistein and daidzein, two isoflavones of greatest interest and their mutual influence with the estrogen receptors distributed throughout the body. Genistein has a valence estrogenic seven times greater than that of daidzein. Glycitein, another isoflavone, is essentially inert.

Where are isoflavones? WonderOver is a rich source of isoflavones and more precisely in its complete formula consisting of hawthorn (Crataegus oxyacantha), Hops (Humulus lupulus L.), black cohosh (Actaea racemosa L.), Alfalfa and Alfalfa (Medicago sativa), Horsetail (Equisetum arvense L.), Hay Greek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.), Soybean. Found in certain legumes, flax seeds and certain grasses. The beans and soy-based foods will have approximately 13 mg. / g. The classic soy nutrient supply about 30 mg. of isoflavones per serving.

There is a recurrent natural balance between the different isoflavones? Usually, in the soybean seed genistein is the soflavone present to a greater extent, approximately 70%, followed by daidzein (25%) and further isoflavones (eg. Glycitein) 5%.

The isoflavones present in plants may be used by the human body as well as they propose? The isoflavones existing in nature, in the instant in which access to the digestive system, are subject to a sequence of conversions that make them usable by the body becoming bioavailable. This is a step of fundamental importance from the time that the active principles are not those existing in plants but the corresponding metabolites, ie particles that are generated by our body building on the vegetal precursor.

In nature, most of phytoestrogens are connected to a sugar molecule, giving shape to the glucosides Inactive (glycones). Only in the moment in which the sugar is removed by the lytic activity of the bacterial flora of the intestine, the compounds (aglycones) acquire all the nutritional properties that characterize them.

There are the causes or the drugs that are able to change the metabolism of isoflavones in our body? A diet rich in fiber may reduce the intestinal absorption of isoflavones. Also the long-term use of antibiotics, changing the intestinal flora, can limit the possibility of exploitation of isoflavones. It is useful to recall that the biological activity of phytoestrogens may be influenced by individual causes such as your general physical condition, foods eaten, medicines used, the entity of hormones present in the blood at the time of intake.

The protein compounds of the intestinal flora thereupon release the isoflavones of sugars by hydrolysis, allowing in this way the absorption and transit in the blood.

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