Soy isoflavones are the richest source of phytoestrogens, supplying the isoflavones genistein and daidzein.
Flax seeds are the best source of lignans, also a phytoestrogen and they constitute an important fiber.
Alfalfa and Red clover are traditional medicinal herbs for menopause, also containing phytoestrogens.
Black cohosh, although it does not itself contain any phytoestrogens, is clinically effective in promoting relief of many menopause symptoms, including hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood changes and more.
Indications: Supports the many health-promoting benefits of a high daily intake of phytoestrogens, including bone, heart, and breast health, and more.*
Suggested Use: 1 level teaspoon stirred well into water or juice, once or twice daily, followed by a glass of water. Do not take in dry form. Also suitable for men.
Contraindications: Avoid use during pregnancy and while nursing.
Serving Size: 1 tablespoon (9g)
Calories from Fat ...9.75
Total Fat ... .98g
Total Carbohydrates ...3g
Soluble Fiber ... .91g
Insoluble Fiber ...1.84g
Flax seeds ...7500mg (lignans 4.77 mg/gram, 35.83 mg. lignans/serving) (Linum usitatissimum)
Soy protein ...1400mg (Non-GMO - isoflavones 3%, 42 mg isoflavones/serving)
Black Cohosh root ...40 mg (Cimicifuga racemosa)
Alfalfa leaf ...30mg (Medicago sativa)
Red clover leaf & blossom ...30mg (Trifolium pratense)
Does Not Contain - Preservatives, binders, artificial colorings or flavorings, sucrose, glucose, starch, lactose, salt, corn, wheat, milk derivatives