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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

A series of studies demonstrates that treatment with DHEA provides a protective effect against breast cancer. Namely raising DHEA reduces the incidence of breast cancer. A quote also reports the beneficial effects of DHEA in other important areas of older women. “These data show that DHEA has a stimulating action on bone mass and an inhibitory effect on triglycerides, in addition to having a protective effect on the development of mammary carcinoma induced by DMBA in mice. These data suggest that in addition to reducing the risk of breast cancer, replacement therapy of DHEA may also have beneficial effects on lipid metabolism in women who receive this therapy” (Endocrinol. 1997; 138: 3387).

Therefore, increasing DHEA reduces the incidence of breast cancer. A link between consumption of bones, reduction of breast cancer, and increased levels of DHEA sulfate (the precursor of DHEA) was reported in 1995. “There is also evidence that soy products can affect the risk factors for cancer, such as the levels of endogenous hormones. Preliminary data from our group indicate that young Adventist women who are vegetarians with high intake of soy in their diet and a lower risk of breast cancer may have higher levels of an adrenal androgen, dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate” (J. Nutr. 1995; 125 (3 Suppl): 709S-712S).

The show “Dateline” presented the hypothesis that the increase of breast cancer in Japanese women who move to the United States could be a result of a reduction in the consumption of soy than the country of origin. A number of studies have reported the overall benefits of treatment with DHEA in men and women in old age. “DHEA in appropriate replacement doses appears to have remedial effects with respect to its ability to induce an anabolic growth factor increase muscle strength and lean body mass, without significant side effects” (Ann. NY Acad. Sci 1995, 774: 128).

The article of “Dateline” included a discussion with a researcher who suggested many beneficial effects of soy consumption in relation to many diseases. It advances the suggestion that these beneficial effects and the protective effects of soy on breast cancer are the result of increases in DHEA. It is the increase in DHEA which may produce the real beneficial effects.

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