Prohormone & Supplement Ingredients:

Daidzein (4,7-Dihydroxyisoflavone)

Daidzein is derived from numerous plant source including kudzu. It is an estrogen and anti estrogen agent that works on binding with estrogen receptor cells in the body. It has been shown to be effective in relieving hot flashes in menopausal women and may play an important role in preventing the development of tumors associated with hormone sensitive cancers.

Daidzein is most often taken in a supplement for and can come as an all-natural or natural soy isoflavone. The daily recommended dosage is 34mgs twice a day in combination with Genistein to increase the colon absorption of the isoflavones.

Uses for Daidzein (4,7-Dihydroxyisoflavone)
  • Preventative for breast cancer
  • Control hormone related hair growth
  • Relive menopausal symptoms
There is also indication that Daidzein has a positive anti-oxidant influence on cells and may be an important part of maintaining cell resiliency and structure. Data is inconclusive as to how great the anti-oxidant effect is on the body with Daidzein being the primary source of the anti-oxidant. It is a primary source of the positive Isaflavones that are typically deficient in the Western diet.

It is very important to note that evidence is suggesting a positive prevention aspect for hormone related breast cancers in women because of the estrogen and anti estrogen properties of Daidzein. It is recommended as a preventative supplement for women who have not shown any development of cancerous or pre-cancerous cells related to hormone sensitive cancers.

Daidzein should not be taken by women who are pregnant, breastfeeding or who have hormone sensitive cancers such as certain types of breast and ovarian cancers. Studies indicate that the estrogen and anti-estrogen properties of Daidzein can stimulate tumor growth in estrogen receptor cancer cells.
Supplements with this ingredient:
RA Silver Bullet PCT System (Post Cycle Support)

Links to additional information on Daidzein (4,7-Dihydroxyisoflavone)
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Daidzein PubMed Info (Added on 12/4/2013 9:43:00 AM)
Does Daidzein Influence DHT Levels (Added on 12/4/2013 9:44:00 AM)

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