Should soy protein be consumed daily? We have often been asked why it is important to make Revival® Soy part of one’s daily diet rather than eating a bar or shake only a couple of times per week. This is an excellent question. Soy isoflavones generally peak in our bodies about 6 – 9 hours …Read More
When we think ‘soy’ we generally think of its two major components, soy protein and soy isoflavones. Research on the possible benefits of soy for the relief of hot flashes, night sweats, and other common menopause discomforts have looked at either soy isoflavones alone or soy protein that contains the isoflavones. To date, the great …Read More
Perimenopause is a natural stage of a woman’ life during which hormone levels, particularly estrogen, begin to decline naturally and gradually due to a slowing in the production of these hormones by the ovaries. This can typically start in a woman’s late-30s to mid-40s and can last for several years. While this change during perimenopause …Read More
We all love to snack; I know that I certainly do. Unfortunately, many of us make snacking choices that are not has healthy or nutritious as they could be. Instead of choosing snacks that might provide us with a number of nutritional benefits, we often choose to snack on chips or dessert-type snacks.
Help with hot flashes (also called hot flushes) is easy and delicious with doctor-recommended Revival Soy. Scientists became very interested in soy’s potential ability to help with hot flashes and night sweats after population studies revealed that only ~10-20% of women living in Asia, where the diet is rich in soy, experienced hot flushes during …Read More
As we have discussed in several previous blogs, soy foods and soy isoflavones can help alleviate common mild discomforts associated with the natural aging transition through menopause including hot flashes and night sweats. We have often been asked whether there is a best time to consume soy for these particular benefits. This is an excellent …Read More
Scientists became very interested in soy’s potential role for reducing hot flashes after demographic studies revealed that only about 10 – 20% of women living in Asia, where the diet is rich in soy, experienced hot flashes during mid-life. This is in marked contrast to the approximately 80 – 90% of Western women who experience …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.
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