Soy non-GMO Immunity Women's Gluten-free

Super-Absorbable Soy Isoflavones

Can promote healthy cell function

Item #01649 60 Vegetarian Capsules 1 per serving In Stock
Soy non-GMO Immunity Women's Gluten-free

Super-Absorbable Soy Isoflavones

Can promote healthy cell function

Item #01649 60 Vegetarian Capsules 1 per serving In Stock

For you, if you are interested in soy's wide array of benefits, like its cell-protective effects

The active ingredients in Super Absorbable Soy Isoflavones can:
  • Encourage a healthy cell division and function
  • Promote cardiovascular, metabolic, and bone health
  • Support already-healthy blood pressure
  • Help maintain a healthy hormonal activity

Super Absorbable Soy Isoflavones contains a fermented extract to enhance bioavailability with 60 gluten-free, non-GMO vegetarian capsules. A supplement designed for heart health and immune support.

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Product details "Super-Absorbable Soy Isoflavones"

Soy isoflavones, such as genistein, have been proven to have many beneficial effects. According to studies, individuals who consume more soy can enjoy healthier cell biological function and proliferation. 

Genistein is one of the three major soybean isoflavones, along with daidzein and glycitein. They exert oestrogenic or anti-estrogenic effects, depending on the tissue in which they are acting. 

Being called phytoestrogens, they also have non-hormonal effects and help to stimulate bone formation. Other constituents of soy revealed beneficial effects, which explain the longevity of Asian populations that have soy-enriched diets.

In response to increasing evidence of the cell-protective effects of other soy constituents, soy extract standardised to isoflavones plus fermented soyfood (Natto) was created. Natto enhances isoflavone absorption and provides other nutrients from the fermentation process. 

As a result, only one capsule of Super Absorbable Soy Isoflavones may be required per day. The non-GMO Soynatto used in this formula is produced by a yeast fermentation process. Japanese researchers have found that cultured broth from yeast helps to promote healthy cell function and proliferation.

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Supplement Facts

Serving size 1 vegetarian capsule

Servings per container 60

Amount per serving

Novasoy® Soy isoflavone concentrate (Non-GMO)^

135 mg

Standardized to 40% isoflavones

54 mg

Typical soy isoflavone profile:


Genistein and its precursor isoform genistin

28 mg

Daidzein and its precursor isoform daidzin

22 mg

Glycitein and its precursor isoform glycitin

4 mg

Soynatto® Fermented Soyfood (organic, Non-GMO)

435 mg

Other ingredients: vegetable cellulose (capsule), silica, ascorbyl palmitate.


This product contains soybeans

^Sourced from non-GMO soybeans under an identity preservation program.
Novasoy® and the Novasoy logo are registered trademarks of Archer- Daniels-Midland Company.

Dosage and use
  • Suggested daily intake is one (1) capsule once or twice, with food, or as directed by a medical practitioner. 

If you have oestrogen dependent cancers, please, consult a medical practitioner before beginning a soy regimen. 

  • Keep out of reach of children.
  • Do not exceed recommended dose.
  • Do not purchase if outer seal is broken or damaged.
  • If you are undergoing treatment for a medical condition or if you are pregnant or lactating, please consult your medical practitioner first.
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