Soy products can be found in such a wide array of choices that we should easily be able to find the soy products that are right for us. Most of the soy products we generally look for are soy foods because soy foods can be an excellent source of soy protein.
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
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
The prevalence of overweight people in the U.S. has increased dramatically since the early 1990s to the point where it is now considered an epidemic. Approximately 127 million adults in the U.S. are overweight. Weight loss supplements may help solve the problem.
Hot flushes, also often called hot flashes, are typically experienced as intense heat that starts in the chest, moves to the neck and face, and is often associated with sweating, chills, and clamminess. These changes are the result of increased skin temperature, peripheral blood flow, and central body temperature (Medical Reference 1). Menopause is a …Read More
Could you be in early menopause? A recent conference at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) discussed the state of the science of menopause-related discomforts and their relief (Medical Reference 1). Hot flashes and night sweats were strongly related signs to the menopausal transition. Early menopause hot flashes and night sweats can vary widely in …Read More
Protein food (i.e. food rich in protein) is an important part of our every day diet. Protein is a critical nutrient used by all the cells of our bodies (Medical Reference 1). Everyday of our lives, the protein in our body is being broken down and remade. The formation of new protein requires both essential …Read More