The Revival Difference
This is no ordinary soy. Revival protein shakes are a researched concentrated soy blend, formulated to maximize results.
Revival Soy has many benefits that are a direct result of our researched natural concentration process. We have been selling Revival since 1998.
Our Concentration Process: Less Soy Intake, More Benefit.
For the full benefits of soy isoflavones, you would need up to 6 servings of soy milk per day. Chances are, drinking 6 cups of soy milk with up to 24 grams of fat and a lot of calories doesn’t sound too appealing. Well, we agree and came up with a better solution. Revival’s natural concentration means just 1 Revival protein shake contains about the same amount of soy isoflavones found in 6 cups of a typical soy milk — without the soy taste and with up to 90% less fat.
How Our Concentration Process Works
The highest concentration of isoflavones is found at the heart of the soybean.
So how do we manage to include more isoflavones in our shakes and bars than other soy products? Put simply, we go to where the isoflavones are — the center of the soybean (called the “hypocotyl”). Isoflavones surround and protect the soybean’s DNA right at its heart. Our natural concentration process allows us to blend this isoflavone-rich portion with a separate protein-rich portion, yielding a final product rich in both soy protein and soy isoflavones. This combination provides the naturally-concentrated benefits of Revival Soy without the need for chemical concentration.
Are You Getting Enough Soy?
Research shows that eating the proper amount of soy is needed to get the full health benefits. An international panel of leading experts recommends up to 160 milligrams of soy isoflavones per day for full benefits.* The FDA states that 25 grams of soy protein per day, with a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. Just 1 Revival Soy protein shake gives you 20 grams of delicious protein.
Many customers have asked us over the years how Revival Soy protein shakes stack up to other soy products. Below is a brief outline comparing Revival Soy protein shakes to other soy products.
|REVIVAL SOY SHAKE||1 Revival Soy Shake||Revival’s natural concentration means just 1 Revival protein shake contains about the same amount of soy isoflavones found in 6 cups of a typical soy milk — without the soy taste and with up to 90% less fat||20 grams soy protein
~ 160 mg soy isoflavones
|You’ll need to drink about 6 cups of regular soymilk a day in order to get all the soy isoflavones recommended by some soy experts for the full health benefits of soy.||7 g soy protein
~20-35 mg soy isoflavones
|Be prepared to eat 6 servings of tofu a day (about 1 pound) to get enough soy isoflavones to experience the full health benefits of soy.||11 g soy protein
~20-30 mg soy isoflavones
|Fire up the grill! You’ll need nearly 17 patties every day to get all the soy isoflavones some soy experts recommend to experience the full health benefits of soy.||14 g soy protein
~9 mg soy isoflavones
It is clear that many soy foods fall short when it comes to delivering the full isoflavone benefits. Unless you are eating multiple servings per day, these products simply do not provide enough soy isoflavones some experts think might be needed for the full health benefits.
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Doctors Recommend It!
After all, it was invented by a doctor. A big reason medical experts respect Revival Soy is our commitment to ongoing medical research. Headed by Dr. Aaron Tabor, the Revival Soy team has spent years exploring the benefits of soy for a variety of health conditions, including increased energy and hot flash reduction.
Physicians often recommend our products to patients for a variety of reasons including menopause relief, heart health, energy, weight loss and improved hair/skin/nail health. We’ve heard wonderful success stories from customers who used our products to help them feel better, and we want to help you too.
“Revival Soy products are nutritious, tasty alternatives to meat and have reduced some of the discomforts of menopause for my patients.” – Annette Luther, MD, Winston-Salem, NC
It Doesn’t Taste Like Soy.
Most people are reluctant to include soy in their daily diet, because traditionally, soy products have had a bland, chalky flavor. However, because of our relentless pursuit of taste perfection, that tradition ends with Revival Soy. You see, when Dr. Tabor started Revival Soy to help his mother through menopause, he knew that taste would play an integral part in the products he created…
To create “Soy Without the Soy Taste,” he can spend up to two years perfecting the taste, texture and consistency of every product and flavor. We refuse to put a product on the market until we are confident it has a taste that people will love. So forget what you know about soy milk or tofu…now you can look and feel better while enjoying the flavors you know and love, like chocolate, cappuccino, strawberry and vanilla!
“Revival has a delicious taste. I have lost 15 lbs. I’ve recommended your product to everyone I know. Thank you so much for your wonderful product.”
– Cindy S., Revival Customer
When Will I See Results?*
While some people experience quick results, others have to wait a little longer. The chart below provides typical time frames gathered from our general customer feedback and/or research. While these time periods are an average, in our opinion it is important to remember that everyone is different and individual results may vary.
For Best Results
Enjoy 1 Revival protein shake per day with a good multivitamin. Use Revival’s baked soy protein chips to boost protein intake, decrease between-meal/late-night snacking, and to increase energy (protein is a good source of caloric energy). Regular daily consumption is important for achieving all of soy’s potential benefits.
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Low-Glycemic, Isoflavone-Rich Benefits*
Studies show that soy can provide support for weight loss, energy, menopause hot flashes and night sweats, healthier skin/hair/nails, heart disease risk reduction, and other health areas.*
Soy Protein – Complete Protein
Protein is made from building blocks called “amino acids” linked together in a chain. Of the 20 amino acids found in the body, nine are “essential,” because they have to be consumed in the diet (the body can’t make them). Soy protein is the only plant protein that is “complete,” because it contains all 9 essential amino acids in the right balance for your body’s needs. This makes soy a great substitute for meats high in saturated fat and cholesterol. And, you don’t have to worry about genetic modifications, because Revival Soy is made from genetically-pure (“non-GMO”) soybeans. Interestingly, the soybean is the only vegetable with more protein than carbs!
Soybeans are rich in many naturally-occurring phytonutrients, including isoflavones and saponins. In combination with soy protein, these phytonutrients are thought to play a critical role in the health support benefits of consuming soy.†
Isoflavones can be found in varying amounts in legumes, such as chickpeas and lentils, but soybeans contain the highest natural concentration. Soy contains three types of isoflavones: Daidzein, Genistein and Glycitein. Each is found in different amounts in the soybean and each has different properties.
Revival Bars and Shakes Contain
~63.45 mg of Daidzein
~63.99 mg of Genistein
~33.75 mg of Glycitein
|Total soy isoflavones in each Revival Soy protein shake or protein bar||
~160 mg soy isoflavones
NOTE: Typical analysis shown. Some variation in levels are normal because Revival Soy is naturally-concentrated (no chemical concentration).
How Much Soy Should I Eat?
Eating enough protein and isoflavones is essential to obtain soy’s full benefits, according to some research experts. An international panel of leading researchers recommended that more than 100 milligrams of soy isoflavones per day are needed to achieve all of the potential health benefits of soy isoflavones.1
Asian isoflavone intake levels of up to 150 to 200 milligrams per day have been quoted in the prestigious journals of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Menopause.2,3 A study in Taiwan found that children consume close to 40 milligrams of isoflavones per day.4 Asian populations have consumed soy-rich diets for thousands of years, but many experts believe that soy consumption is declining due to a ‘Westernization’ of the Asian diet.
You can easily control your isoflavone intake level with Revival Soy. For example, if you want to consume approximately 80 milligrams of isoflavones per day, simply enjoy 1/2 of a naturally-concentrated Revival shake daily (each shake contains approximately 160 milligrams of soy isoflavones).
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Source for soy foods information: Based on data obtained from Soyfoods Association of North America and leading retail brands. Soy protein and isoflavone levels may vary with regular soy foods based on manufacturing process and the source of soy protein.
*Appropriate Isoflavone Food Fortification Levels: Results of a Consensus Conference. J.J.B. Anderson, H. Adlercreutz, S. Barnes, M.R. Bennink, M.S. Kurzer, P. Murphy, K. Setchell, C.M. Weaver, and C.M. Hasler. Univ. of No. Carolina, Helsinki, Ala.-Birmingham, Michigan St., Minnesota, Iowa St., Cincinnati, Purdue and Illinois. Experimental Biology 2000, San Diego, CA April 15-18, 2000.
Leading Experts Who Recommend Revival Soy
- Lillie Shockney, RN – The Breast Cancer Survivors Club
- Dr. Carrie Carter – Thrive: A Woman’s Guide to a Healthy Lifestyle
- Karen L. Giblin, President – Red Hot Mamas
- Appropriate Isoflavone Food Fortification Levels: Results of a Consensus Conference. J.J.B. Anderson, et al. Experimental Biology 2000, San Diego, CA April 15-18, 2000.
- Obstetrics and Gynecology 1998 Jan;91(1):6-11. The effect of dietary soy supplementation on hot flushes. Albertazzi P, et al.
- Meeting the bean half way. Gallagher, J.C. Menopause 2001 Vol. 8(3):152-3.
- Soy Consumption of Taiwanese Children in Taipei. K. Hsiao1 and P. Lyons-Wall; 5th International Symposium on the Role of Soy in Preventing and Treating Chronic Disease, Sept. 21-24th, 2003. Orlando, FL.