A Natural First-choice Supplement
This means that you should try the health supplements before buying prescription drugs.
ACHES & PAINS
Aussia’s Soy Isoflavones Plus Calcium for Woman contains high levels of soya isoflavones, extracted from more than 10000mg of fresh soya beans.
Soy isoflavones have similar chemical structure to estrogen. As woman’s estrogen level decreases with age. It’s important to supliment with enough isoflavones to keep estogen levels balanced.
Calcium supports bone and muscle, getting enough calcium is essential to help prevent osteoporosis.
Vitamin D is used to help the body absorb the calcium.
Helps with the symptomatic relief of menopause and PMS, these symptoms include: hot flushes, night swears, trouble sleeping, headaches, nervous irritability and body aches.
Soy Isoflavones have been studied on many different conditions. Some of the studies found a positive effect on bone density, mood and hot flushes.
Calcium and vitamin D is used by the body to absorb calcium and been shown to slow done bone degradation and osteoporosis.
I was having bad side effects from the Horme Replacement Therapy. I was recommended Aussia Soy which is work- ing better than the HRT. I have found it takes about a week before it gets in my system effectively and it takes about a week to get it out of my system. If you decide to try this product, I would give it for at least a week and maybe two before you can decide if it works for you.
This product is very helpful to me in reducing my hot flashes & other symptoms associated with the estrogen issues of perimedopause. It takes a few days to a week to work, but I feel better taking a natural alternative. Plus I don’t need to buy extra calcium tablets.
Two and a half glasses of Soy milk daily.
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