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
If you are a woman of a “certain age”, you have either been through menopause, are going through it now or are dreading when your time comes. Is menopause always bad? No. Is menopause sometimes awful? Yes. Is there a natural product that may help with the discomforts of menopause? Thankfully, Yes!
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.
Menopause weight gain is something that most women struggle with as they go through the menopausal transition. Research studies report that the menopausal transition is linked to a menopause weight gain of 4 – 6 pounds over a 3-year period. However, this is only an average and, unfortunately, many women experience a more dramatic menopause …Read More
If you enjoy soy as part of your regular dietary habits, then you are probably well aware of the many benefits of soy. However, many others are just starting to think about adding soy foods to their diet and are really just starting to learn about the benefits of soy. Soy has been reported in …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
One of the most discussed issues of dietary soy consumption and human health over the years has been thyroid function. Animal and cell culture studies on soy and thyroid function reported that soy isoflavones inhibit the activity of enzymes involved in the production of thyroid hormones [1 – 3]. However, animal and lab cell culture …Read More
Previous research studies have reported that soy protein shakes, when consumed as part of a weight maintenance plan, can improve body composition by decreasing either total body fat or decreasing belly fat in postmenopausal Caucasian and African-American women. A new obesity research study examined the possible benefits of soy protein on body composition and body …Read More