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Oestrogen Metabolism Part 2: Hormone-Driven Cancers

DIETARY changes and the addition of specific nutritional supplements CAN benefit oestrogen metabolism, and as such reduce the risk and incidence of all diseases and conditions in which these oestrogen hormones play a role.

Menopause: Definitions and Dietary Tips

THE DEFINITION OF MENOPAUSE “Menopause is one of the most loaded words in a woman’s vocabulary, conjuring up, as it does, visions of a neurotic, dried-up, rapidly ageing woman struggling with uncontrollable hot flushes, a spreading waistline, mood swings, brittle…Read More

Oestrogen Metabolism Part 1: Understanding the Basics

OESTROGEN is a broad term for the group of female hormones. The most potent of these hormones is estradiol.  Two less powerful yet equally important ones include estrone and estriol.

Diet for ADHD/ADD in Children: A Case Study

This case study is based on Dylan, an 8 year old young boy diagnosed with ADHD.

ADHD and ADD in Children: Where does Soya fit in with dietary treatment

ADHD: WHAT IS HYPERACTIVITY? Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder commonly called “hyperactivity” is a clinical diagnosis based on specific criteria.

Soya in Colon Health: Severe Colon Disorders

In this article we look at the Advantage of Soya Products in the Daily Dietary Regime of the following severe colon disorders: Coeliac Disease Diverticulitis Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Soya in Colon Health: General Colon Health

Considering that the colon is the barrier between the outside world and the inside of our bodies, it is important to understand the role of specific nutrients in enhancing optimal colon function and in the prevention of colon disorders.

Study on Replacing Animal Protein with Vegetable Protein

Eleven obese volunteers took part in a 12-week study during 8 weeks of which 2 meals of their control 1000 kcal diets were replaced by a soya based liquid formula (1 month) or a milk based liquid formula (1 month).

Study on Women and Heart Implications

Gardner-2001 Study on Women and Heart Implications The objective of this study was to determine the effect of soy protein and isoflavones on plasma lipid concentrations in postmenopausal, moderately hypercholesterolemic women. Why was this study done? The importance of maintaining optimum plasma…Read More

The Benefits of Soy in the Daily Diets of Men

Healthy men using SOY in daily diets derive proven health benefits.

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