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99% Min Purity Soybean Extract Powder,
MSDS Soybean Extract Powder,
MSDS 99% Min Plant Extract Powder
Reduce cardiovascular disease and antioxidant Plant Extract Powder Soybean extract
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Soybean extract is one form of plant-based compounds. Its molecular weight and structure are similar to human female hormones, so it is also called phytoestrogens. For those with high female hormones, it has the effect of reducing harm; for those with insufficient female hormones, it can be supplemented to alleviate the phenomenon of female hormone deficiency. According to clinical studies, soy isoflavones have multiple health benefits, including improving menopausal symptoms, improving menopausal osteoporosis, reducing cardiovascular diseases, and antioxidant functions.
1 Prevent cancer, suppress tumors, and reduce the risk of cancer
2 Phytoestrogens can assist in treatment
3 Lower cholesterol and reduce the risk of heart disease, prevent cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases
4 Reduce the symptoms of women's menopausal syndrome and prevent osteoporosis
5 Prevent the human body from being damaged by free radicals and improve immunity
6 Nourish the stomach and spleen, protect the nervous system
7 Reduce cholesterol in the human body, prevent and treat cardiovascular diseases
8 It has anti-platelet aggregation, anti-oxidation, inhibition of the production of arachidonic acid and its metabolites, and chemoprevention of tumors.
9 Soybean plant extract has obvious analgesic effect, and the effect is close to that of aspirin. The anti-inflammatory and analgesic mechanism of aspirin is to inhibit the production and release of PG and inhibit the biological activity of various inflammatory mediators, thereby alleviating inflammation and increasing pain threshold. Whether the anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects of soybean plant extracts can inhibit the production and release of PG and the production and release of various inflammatory mediators remains to be further studied.
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