37. Nano Isoflavone

Nano Isoflavone has a size of 20-30 nm, completely retaining the chemical structure and biological nature of Isoflavone, providing a product with high safety, outstanding and fast effectiveness. Nano Isoflavone is completely soluble in water, increasing bioavailability to the maximum level.

Nano Isoflavone has a size of 20-30 nm, completely retaining the chemical structure and biological nature of Isoflavone, providing a product with high safety, outstanding and fast effectiveness. Nano Isoflavone is completely soluble in water, increasing bioavailability to the maximum level.

What is Nano Isoflavone?

  • Isoflavones are substances in the flavonoid group, also known as phytoestrogens, which are natural compounds found in plants and foods derived from plants. The Latin prefix “phyto” means plant, so phytoestrogen means estrogen originating from plants. Other groups of phytoestrogens include lignans and coumestans. Isoflavones have very special properties and are the most notable group of phytoestrogens because they contain estrogen-like activities and have widespread benefits for human health.
  • Isoflavones come in many forms, of which the two most common forms are Daidzein and Genistein, which have a unique chemical structure similar to the structure of estrogen. Daidzein is converted into an important component for the activity of Isoflavones in the treatment of symptoms of menopause. The estrogenic activity of the metabolite is 5 times stronger than that of the parent substance Daidzein and 2 times stronger than that of Genistein. Daidzein has higher bioavailability than Genistein.
  • Therefore, Isoflavone has a weak estrogenic effect so it can be used to partially compensate for the lack of estrogen and does not cause unwanted effects when supplementing estrogen directly.
  • Isoflavones are found in plants and mainly legumes: lentils, green beans, beans, etc. Soybeans are the richest food source of Isoflavones, products made from soybeans contain The composition and content of active ingredients are different. In addition to being a rich source of protein and polyunsaturated fats, soybeans contain large amounts of genistein and daidzein, which are isoflavones that act as natural selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMs). In 1g of soy protein, there are 2 to 4 mg of isoflavones. Isoflavone content is significantly affected during processing.
  • Soybean sprouts have been shown to contain higher levels of Isoflavones than raw soybeans. Soybean sprout essence is soybean sprouts that go through the process of extraction, concentration and refinement, so it also enriches the amount of Isoflavones contained in it. Isoflavones only account for a small amount in soybean sprouts or soybean sprout essence, so Isoflavones and soybean sprout essence should not be equated as one.
  • Besides the source of isoflavones from food, today isoflavones have been purified and marketed in pill form.

Uses of Nano Isoflavone

Isoflavones have many uses for health, especially the health of women in premenopause – menopause or those experiencing estrogen depletion after childbirth, hormonal disorders or due to partial cutting. ovary.

Studies have shown that Isoflavones in soybeans help prevent hormone-dependent diseases or symptoms such as symptoms related to menopause, osteoporosis, cardiovascular diseases, and diabetes. , reduces the growth of cancer cells.

1. Improve mood

Isoflavone-phytoestrogen may increase levels of serotonin – a neurotransmitter linked to mood. Reduced serotonin can lead to feeling bored, irritable and reduce work efficiency.

2. Improve insomnia

Sleep brings many important benefits to physical and mental health, helping to cope with the stresses of daily life. However, sleep disorders are increasingly common today, especially among middle-aged women (accounting for about 40-60%).

Studies on the relationship between estrogen and sleep in menopausal women have shown that estrogen is proven to be related to sleep quality, reducing the time it takes to fall asleep and improving cognitive ability. awake.

Therefore, the use of Isoflavone is to improve insomnia in middle-aged, premenopausal and menopausal women.

3. Soothes hot flashes

The cause of hot flashes in menopausal women may be due to a decrease in the hormone estrogen in the body, which changes norepinephrine and serotonin levels, thereby causing dysfunction in body temperature regulation.

A 2012 meta-analysis of 17 trials found that isoflavones (54 mg) taken for 6 weeks to 12 months significantly reduced hot flash frequency by 20.6% and improved severity by 26.2% compared with placebo.

(Placebo did not contain any ingredients with similar activity. Isoflavones were tested in parallel with Isoflavones to determine effectiveness).

4. Increase physiological needs

Estrogen is responsible for keeping the vaginal walls lubricated. When estrogen decreases, the vagina can become dry and irritated. This can make sex uncomfortable or painful, which in turn reduces sexual desire.

Supplementing Isoflavone – a plant-based hormone can improve physiological needs and vaginal dryness, increasing sexual desire of menopausal women.

5. Reduce body fat accumulation

Estrogen significantly impacts fat and fat distribution in the body.

Studies show that the tendency to store fatty acids in subcutaneous adipose tissue increases in postmenopausal women.

The results of studies show that female sex hormones, especially estrogen, have an important impact on adipose tissue fatty acid storage and oxidation processes that promote fat gain in postmenopausal women.

In premenopausal – menopausal women, estrogen decline makes it easier to accumulate fat on the body, especially in the abdomen, thighs, buttocks or biceps. Therefore, to reduce this condition, women need to supplement their bodies with nutrients to compensate for this decline. And Isoflavones have been proven to reduce fat accumulation in women’s bodies.

6. Prevent osteoporosis

In recent years, many studies have been conducted on the importance of Isoflavones in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis – a global health problem.

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), osteoporosis is a disease of the musculoskeletal system, characterized by low bone mass and reduced bone tissue quality, leading to increased bone fragility.

Osteoporosis is considered the “silent thief” because it does not cause chronic pain and the first symptom is mainly bone fractures. This condition is common in premenopausal – menopausal women, mainly due to a sudden decrease in the amount of estrogen hormone.

Estrogen hormone decreases, leading to reduced absorption of Calcium through the intestines, so it is more likely to lead to Calcium deficiency and that is also one of the reasons why menopausal women are susceptible to osteoporosis. Furthermore, decreased estrogen leads to accelerated bone loss in the body.

Hormone replacement therapy is used to slow bone loss in women due to estrogen deficiency. However, this method causes many side effects such as increasing the risk of breast cancer, cardiovascular disease, thrombophlebitis or stroke.

Therefore, hormone replacement therapy should not be recommended as a first-line option in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis. Soy isoflavones are used as a source to compensate for estrogen deficiency in premenopausal and menopausal women.

Isoflavones can help maintain bone density in postmenopausal women because Isoflavones participate in the process of inhibiting the resorption of osteoclasts and stimulating the activity of osteoblasts.

7. Reduce the incidence of cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular diseases are one of the leading causes of death in developing countries including Vietnam. Diseases affecting the heart and blood vessels: coronary artery disease, dyslipidemia, hypertension.

In meta-analysis studies, consumption of soybeans containing isoflavones has been shown to significantly reduce total serum cholesterol:

Reducing LDL-cholesterol (“bad cholesterol” causes atherosclerosis, which is the cause of life-threatening diseases: stroke or myocardial infarction).

Significantly increases HDL-cholesterol (“good cholesterol” reduces the risk of atherosclerosis and serious cardiovascular events).

In a meta-analysis based on 11 studies in the US, it was concluded that Isoflavones are effective in reducing blood pressure in people with high blood pressure.

8. Improve skin health

Collagen and elastin are responsible for the structure and elasticity of the skin. The decrease in estrogen affects the polymerization of glycosaminoglycans, leading to a decrease in the rate of collagen production.

Using Isoflavones – estrogens of plant origin has an effective effect on aging skin. The reason is that Isoflavones increase the number of fibroblasts and glycosaminoglycans.

Isoflavones have been reported to improve the skin health of postmenopausal women primarily through increased epithelial thickness, increased collagen and elastic fiber concentrations, and increased number of subcutaneous vessels.

In addition to the decline in estrogen, factors such as ultraviolet (UV) radiation can accelerate the aging process of the skin. Genistein contained in Isoflavones can be phPromotes the protective effect of aging skin as well as reduces the risk of skin cancer caused by ultraviolet rays from sunlight.

In middle-aged women, the skin tends to be dry and this is also one of the reasons why wrinkles appear more.

Research on women aged 50-75 years old (each supplemented with the same amount of Isoflavone). Reported results show that this nutrient increases the moisture of facial skin, the phenomenon of dry skin is significantly reduced after 3 months of use.

Nano Isoflavone is produced using modern Nano technology

Nano technology has overcome the weakness of poor absorption of Isoflavone by reducing Isoflavone to a microscopic form with a size of 20-30 nm without completely changing the chemical structure and original biological nature. leading, providing products with high safety, outstanding efficiency and speed. This ultra-small size and a new generation of targeted packaging will help Nano Isoflavone to be completely soluble in water, increasing bioavailability hundreds of times compared to normal molecular size.

Exclusive preparation process of Nano Isoflavone microemulsion system

Nano Isoflavone liquid material is superior thanks to:

  • 98% pure Isoflavone ingredients and auxiliary ingredients imported from the US and EU meet international pharmacopoeia standards.
  • The size of medicinal medicinal particles is extremely small, only 20-30 nm.
  • Isoflavone Nano particles are spherical, stable, and not destroyed by stomach acid.
  • Microemulsion form completely dissolves in water, absorbing 99.9% into blood and cells.
  • Exclusive PEG and PLA encapsulating membranes target the exact location of the injury.
  • Nano Isoflavones are hundreds of times more effective than isoflavones

Packaging specifications and packaging materials

Packaging: 0.5 liters, 1 liter, 2 liters, 3 liters, 4 liters, 5 liters, 10 liters, 15 liters, 20 liters.

Close the glass jar or plastic container. Packaging meets quality standards used in food according to regulations of the Ministry of Health.

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