Exclusive swiss formulations !

Versione Italiana English Version Seleziona la Versione
Choose the Version

Fill out the form below: you can stay updated on all our products. Please note: all fields are required. Thanks for your cooperation.

Personal data
Theme Selection
Verification code
Change image Enter the code below
Send / Clear data entered

Do you prefer to speak directly with us? Contact us at:

  • Phone (CH): (+41)
  • Vodafone Mobile (+39) 349.75.44.328
  • Tim Mobile (+39) 333.19.83.462
  • Orange Mobile (+41)
  • Fax (CH): (+41)
  • E-mail:
  • Skype naturdieta1
  • Windows Messenger
you are visiting: home » products » Wonderup » composition » soy (Pag. 1) » (Pag. 5)
Soy - Pag. 5


Soy: natural ingredient of Wonderup

Some articles about the health benefits of soy isoflavones in the treatment of menopausal problems
Tofu and other foods from soybean sources (if possible even the ginseng) may help women avoid cancer (continued ...)
San Antonio - According to preliminary research presented at the annual meeting of the American Osteopathic Association

Soybeans, useful element to fight cancer cellsIn a laboratory study of human breast cancer cells, high doses of isoflavones - (dietary components found in from soybean sources foods) - have blocking the growth of cancer cells until 30%, reports Donna Dixon Shanies, medical and assistant professor of biochemistry and genetics at the New York College of Osteopathic Medicine in Old Westbury, N.Y..
In a second laboratory study, Dr. Shanies found that some traditional Chinese remedies such as ginseng inhibited the growth of human tumor cells of breast cancer.
Because they are loaded with phytoestrogens, isoflavones may help prevent breast cancer by reducing levels of natural estrogen in the body, she explained; also, isoflavones may have antioxidant properties that inhibit the growth of tumors.

“Phytoestrogens may be promising agents that in the future be used to reduce the risk of breast cancer and other hormone-dependent cancers such as prostate cancer”, said Dr. Shanies.
Although there are recommendations on how much soy should be individually included in the diets, the doctor says, “it would be prudent for women to try to eat more soy products”.

Dr. Shanies and colleagues tested the effects of three major isoflavones - biochanin A, daidzein and genistein - on human breast cancer cells. They also measured the effects of ginseng, hops flower and other plants on the Chinese breast cancer cells.
Calling the new research “a promising first step”, Richard J. Cenedella, Ph.D., chairman of the department of biochemi-
stry at Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri - MO., Said the findings add a new dimension to what is known about the link between diet and breast cancer. “We have always known that there are beneficial effects of a diet low in fat [on the risk of breast cancer], and concentrations of vegetable hormones in some foods may play a role in reducing risk”, said Dr. Cenedella (D.M.).

Concept by Webattuale
© 2012 Wonderup Sagl - All rights reserved | xhtml | css | webmaster | site guide |