Soy protein is easily digested and provides all the essential amino acids needed to meet our nutritional requirements when eaten at levels that meet the USDA protein recommendations. Unlike some other sources of high quality protein, soy protein is low in saturated fat and cholesterol making it an excellent dietary source of protein. There is …Read More
According to the USDA Food Guide Pyramid, most of us need 2-3 servings from the Meat & Beans group each day. While meat is an excellent source of protein, many types of meat are high in the less healthy saturated fats. Therefore, for many of us, obtaining our daily amount of protein means consuming different …Read More
Menopause is a natural part of aging and not a disease. However, hot flashes and night sweats can make life uncomfortable for many years. A great deal of attention has been focused on soy for menopause relief. Women in Asian cultures have a very low incidence of hot flashes and other menopausal discomforts, such as …Read More
Menopause hot flashes and night sweats are a normal part of aging, but can cause discomfort for many years for many women. In general, menopause help is discussed in terms of reductions in hot flashes, since they are the most common discomfort.
Research has demonstrated that women gain weight as they age (sometimes referred to as the “midlife spread”) (Medical References 1, 2), and midlife menopause weight gain is a negative phenomenon that many women will experience. The Healthy Women’s Study reported menopause weight gain during the first three years of the study (Medical Reference 3). In …Read More
To be effective, a menopause relief product must be able to reduce hot flashes, the one discomfort women endure the most. While menopause is a natural part of aging (and not a disease), many women experience uncomfortable hot flashes and night sweats for many years during midlife. Menopause reduction is often attempted by lifestyle and dietary …Read More
Hot flashes and night sweats are two of the most common discomforts during the natural aging process of perimenopause and postmenopause with approximately 85% of women enduring hot flashes during these periods of life (Medical Reference 1). In fact, of the many discomforts often associated with menopause hot flashes and night sweats are considered to …Read More