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Soy Equol - Advantages of soy isoflavone

Soy Equol - Advantages of soy isoflavone | Equol | Scoop.it

Soy Equol is a metabolite produced from the soy phytoestrogen daidzein by the action of gut micro flora. Equol has higher affinity for both ERs (estrogen receptors including ER alpha and ER beta). Equol exist as the enantiomers R-Equol and S-Equol. Equol is superior to all other isoflavones in its antioxidant activity.


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S-Equol - What Is It And Why We Need It

S-Equol - What Is It And Why We Need It | Equol | Scoop.it
S -Equol is a metabolite of the soy isoflavone daidzein. S-Equol is produced by intestinal bacteria in some, but not in all, humans after soy consumption.
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Equol | Natural S-Equol | Buy Equol Best Available Rates

Equol | Natural S-Equol | Buy Equol Best Available Rates | Equol | Scoop.it

Equol is a nonsteroidal estrogen produced from the metabolism of the isoflavonoid phytoestrogen daidzein which is used for only laboratory and study purpose.

 

 

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Equol - A Chemical Substance

Equol - A Chemical Substance | Equol | Scoop.it

Equol is a metabolite of the soy isoflavone daidzein. S-Equol is produced by intestinal bacteria in some, but not in all, humans after soy consumption.

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Equol is a nonsteroidal estrogen produced from the metabolism of the isoflavonoid phytoestrogen daidzein by human intestinal microflora.

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