From the symptoms of menopause will help soy milk

Scientists believe that two glasses of soy milk are a real tool to get rid of the tides, which are characteristic of menopause. In their view, soy milk gives the opportunity to reduce the severity and frequency of tides about 26 percent, writes The Daily Mail.

Carried out by researchers work represents the most extensive investigation of the effects of soy products on menopausal symptoms. Experts installed: "Soy in its composition contains isoflavones (hormones of vegetable origin, similar to estrogen). It is believed that they are very positive impact on health. This proves analysis of 19 scientific papers and examination of more than 1 thousand 200 women.

So what are the tides, they are caused by widening blood vessels due to a failure of operation of the hormone system. Scientists until recently regarding soy products in their opinion had significant differences. For example, most of them linked the lack of tides in Japanese women with regular consumption of soy products. The point in this question gave the last report, published in the journal Menopause.

As experts believe, is never late for his attention to soy. So, in the course of the experiment, women were using soy order of 12 weeks and a little more. As a result, they frequency of the tides fell by about three times. The same about 54 mg of soy isoflavones for 6 weeks or 1 year reduced the frequency of tides about 20.6 percent and weight by 26 percent.

About one gram of soy protein in beans contains about 3.5 mg of isoflavones. Two glasses of soy milk a volume of 450 grams or 200 grams of tofu contains about 50 mg of isoflavones.

And Supplements with at least 19 mg genistein (isoflavones) more than 2 times more effective than supplementation with a low concentration. However, in 2011, independent scientists have shown that Supplements containing soy and its components were not able to help to cope with severe menopausal symptoms. Plus, the prolonged use of soybean caused thickening of the lining of the uterus.

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