This Bean Packs a Healthy Punch
Exciting evidence continues to mount supporting the benefits of high levels of genistein, a particular isoflavonoid in soy that helps protect the body. Phyto-Soy contains 48 times more isoflavonoids than comparable amounts of tofu, 25 times more than tempeh, and 10 times more than roasted soybeans. The soy used in the product is certified to be non-genetically modified.
Phyto-Soy provides eight essential amino acids that are required by the body but are only available through the diet. Phyto-Soy is a rich source of phytonutrients which are known to provide anti-cancer properties. Phyto-Soy also contains substances that are beneficial for reducing high cholesterol and loosening plaque build-up around arterial walls. In addition, the phytonutrients contained in Phyto-Soy may be beneficial for individuals with arthritis, headaches and inflammatory ailments.
- Supports the immune system by inhibiting enzymes involved in cellular damage.
- Helps balance important hormone levels.
- Supports the circulatory system in regulating cholesterol levels.
Our Product Advantage
Phyto-Soy is super-concentrated to contain 48 times more isoflavonoids than comparable amounts of tofu, 25 times more than tempeh, and 10 times more than roasted soybeans. Our product delivers 10 percent isoflavones, so you take fewer capsules. This soy is not genetically modified, so you get nothing but pure, natural soy—the way soy was meant to be.
Three capsules supply 36 mg isoflavones, 28 mg of which is genistein glycosides.
Take one capsule with a meal three times daily.
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How Does it Work?
Soy contains phytoestrogens—plant hormones weaker than human estrogens that may help reduce the risk of certain cancers and help balance hormone levels. Phytoestrogens block harmful estrogens from being absorbed by the body. One group of phytoestrogens—isoflavonoids—is found in great concentration in soybeans and soy products. Isoflavonoids appear to lower estrogen production in younger women.
Research indicates that an isoflavonoid called genistein blocks blood vessels from attaching themselves to tumors. All cells (and tumors) need oxygen and nutrients to live. By blocking the blood flow to tumors, genistein helps prevent these nutrients from reaching tumors. Scientists at the Texas University M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston theorize that soybeans (and soy products) also contain a substance called protease inhibitor, which interferes with cancer cell proliferation at both early and later stages of development.