Effects of dietary traditional fermented soybean on reproductive hormones, lipids, and glucose among postmenopausal women in northern Thailand.

@article{Sapbamrer2013EffectsOD,
  title={Effects of dietary traditional fermented soybean on reproductive hormones, lipids, and glucose among postmenopausal women in northern Thailand.},
  author={Ratana Sapbamrer and Nuwat Visavarungroj and Maitree Suttajit},
  journal={Asia Pacific journal of clinical nutrition},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 2},
  pages={
          222-8
        }
}
Isoflavone in soybean and its products have numerous beneficial health effects. A number of clinical studies have demonstrated that dietary soy isoflavone can relieve menopausal symptoms, lower risks of breast cancer, and lower cholesterol and glucose. Among the various effects of isoflavone, the role of cholesterol and glucose reduction seems to be well documented; however, other effects such as reproductive hormones were inconclusive and inconsistent. The main objective of the present study… 

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