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soybean extract-----anti-cancer agents
Risun Bio-Tech Inc  Apr 26, 2016

                                                                                    Soybean Extract

Product Name: Soybean Extract

Other name: Soy Isoflavones

Botanical Source: Soy (Glycine max.)

Part Used: Seeds 

Appearance: Brown to Yellow fine powder.

Specifications:  Isoflavones40% 

Test Method: HPLC

Health Benefits:

The isoflavones in Soy, primarily genistein and daidzein, has been well researched by scientists for 

their antioxidant & phytoestrogenic properties. Saponins in Soy enhance immune function and bind 

to cholesterol to limit its absorption in the intestine. The isoflavones may also reduce the risk of 

hormone-dependent cancers, such as breast and prostate cancer, as well as other cancers. Both 

animal and human studies have confirmed this. Eating lots of Soybeans may help protect against 

breast cancer, possibly because they contain so-called phytoestrogens that help block the activity of 

cancer-promoting estrogen. Soybeans seem to protect Asian women against breast cancer. A recent 

study found that pre-menopausal women in Singapore who ate twice as much soy protein as most 

people had only half the risk of breast cancer. Soybeans are regarded as the likely primary reason 

Japanese women have less breast cancer. Researchers found that those who ate the most soybean 

foods had the highest urine concentrations of isoflavonoids, which are anti-cancer agents, 

particularly against. breast cancer and prostate cancer. Soybeans may help fight off stomach 

cancer. Even eating it occasionally cut the odds of stomach cancer, as shown in recent studies. The 

mild estrogen activity of Soy isoflavones may ease menopause symptoms for some women, without 

creating estrogen-related problems. In addition, Soy may help regulate hormone levels in pre-

menopausal women. The mild estrogenic activity of soy isoflavones may ease menopause symptoms 

for some women, without creating estrogen-related problems.