Soybean isoflavones reduce postmenopausal bone resorption in female Japanese immigrants in Brazil: a ten-week study.

@article{Yamori2002SoybeanIR,
  title={Soybean isoflavones reduce postmenopausal bone resorption in female Japanese immigrants in Brazil: a ten-week study.},
  author={Yukio Yamori and Em{\'i}lio Hideyuki Moriguchi and Takanori Teramoto and Ayako Miura and Y. Fukui and Kei-ich Honda and Masakazu Fukui and Yasuo Nara and Kazuhiko Taira and Yukio Moriguchi},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Nutrition},
  year={2002},
  volume={21 6},
  pages={560-3}
}
OBJECTIVE Some human studies and animal models of experimental osteoporosis have shown that soy isoflavones may be effective on bone health. In this study, we carried out an intervention study to explore the effects of dietary isoflavone on bone metabolism. METHODS Forty healthy female postmenopausal Japanese immigrants living in Brazil were divided into two groups: isoflavone-administered (n = 20) or placebo (n = 20). Subjects in the isoflavone-administered group ingested 37.3 mg per day for… CONTINUE READING

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