Soy sauce ‘could reduce symptoms of menopause’

Scientists say soy contains a natural compound which can help reduce production of oestrogen, the hormone which contributes to menopausal problems.

Studies in Japan, where soy is consumed with meals regularly, found that Asian women experienced milder menopausal symptoms than Americans and Europeans where use of soy is less frequent.

Soy has already been found to have anti-cancer properties and can lower cholesterol.

Now researchers say the new wonder food could be an alternative to conventional hormone replacement therapy as a way of treating uncomfortable menopausal problems, such as hot flushes and even bone loss.

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2 Replies to “Soy sauce ‘could reduce symptoms of menopause’”

  1. Sounds good, and some sushi with a bit of soy sauce and wasabi seems good right now. Haha, seriously though, this could be a pretty useful way to deal with menopause problems. Like yoga, it could be used with other treatments to help ease menopause-related problems with great effect. 

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