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Soy: natural ingredient of Wonderup

Some articles about the health benefits of soy isoflavones in the treatment of menopausal problems
The Miracle Bean

Soy: natural ingredient of WonderupThe Chinese that have a regular consumption of soy beans and / or tofu have only a 50% incidence of stomach cancer, colon, breast and lung compared with those Chinese who rarely consume soy or soy products . Soybeans contain fairly high levels of several compounds with proven activities including a high content of isoflavones such as genistein. These isoflavones have proven to inhibit the growth of human cells of breast cancer and lung cancer.
In addition, a regular use of soy protein (soybeans, tofu, soy beverages, etc..) Can lower blood cholesterol and triglyceride levels by 10% to 15%., Especially in people with high levels of lipids.

For many of us the only time that soy got into our diet was when we were using salad condiments made with soybean oil. More and more people are eating soybeans being aware of the many benefits of this legume. Soybeans are rich in vegetable hormones called isoflavones. These isoflavones are similar in structure to estrogen in the human body and then add soy to the diet may be a way to increase estrogen levels. At least that's the reasoning behind the interest in soybeans by women approaching menopause.

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 National Cancer Institute (National Cancer Institute) a laboratory study has indicated a compound called genistein as a potential anticancer agent in soybean. Genistein seems to affect the metabolism of cancer cells 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. Genistein seems to be 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 proteic part that contains genistein; add more soybean oil to salad is not enough.

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