Phytoestrogens and their subclass, isoflavones, are a group of compounds of plant origin that mimic the action of estrogens in the human body. The most well-known representatives of this group are genistein, daidzein and glycitein. The compounds are mainly found in soy products, although they are also found in red clover and asparagus (Shatavari).
The molecular structure of isoflavones is similar to the structure of estradiol, which is why they show agonistic or antagonistic activity against estrogen receptors in the human body. For this reason, they are excellent for hormonal disorders and are indicated as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy, implemented in women at the menopausal age. In addition, phytoestrogens support bone tissue metabolism and may prevent osteoporosis. They also have a positive effect on the cardiovascular system.
We offer a wide selection of preparations based on phytoestrogens. The offer is directed especially to women who have entered the menopausal age and are looking for natural remedies that allow a gentle transition through this turbulent period.