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Soy: natural ingredient of WonderOver

Some items on the effects and benefits of soy isoflavones in the treatment of menopausal problems (Continued ...)
The miracle bean

The observation that the Japanese and Chinese have low incidences of breast cancer, colon and prostate cancer has led researchers to investigate other components of soy that may be beneficial to health. In an article published recently in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, a laboratory study has shown a compound called genistein as a potential anti-cancer agent in soy.

Genistein appears to affect the metabolism of cancer cells by weakening their defenses against drugs and treatments such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Cancer cells have developed enzyme systems to produce protective proteins that allow the cancer to resist treatment.
The genistein seems able to interfere with the production of these protective proteins, thereby reducing the ability of cancer cells to survive and grow. So there may be more than one reason to increase the amount of soy in our diet. It is the protein part that contains genistein, add more soy oil to the salad is not enough.

The TV program on NBC’s “Dateline” on June 9, reported the overall benefits of consuming soy products. One of the topics emphasized in the article was the connection between an increase in the consumption of soy and protective effects against breast cancer. Soy increases production of the hormone dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA). DHEA is necessary for the growth and development of all tissues and adult tissues require DHEA for proper maintenance.

A subordinate hypothesis of this is that the stability of the cells depends on the DHEA. This has resulted in my explanation of cancer as a result of the reduction of DHEA. The reduction of DHEA may trigger the activation of oncogenes (cancer genes). The DHEA begins to decline after age 20-25, reaching very low levels in old age. The hypothesis is that this is the reason why the incidence of cancer increases with age. Measurable levels of DHEA are reduced in women with breast cancer, and this reduction is about nine years before diagnosis (Geriatrics 1982; 37: 157).

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