Posts Tagged ‘isoflavones’

URO TODAY: Isoflavones and curcumin could reduce PSA levels in the blood, new research has found. READ MORE>

Curcumin presumably synergizes with isoflavones to suppress PSA production in prostate cells through the anti-androgen effects.

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JULY 26: URO TODAY:  High intake of secondary vegetable substances found in soy, called isoflavones, may protect against prostate cancer, according to findings in a study of multi-ethnic populations in California and Hawaii. READ MORE>

Phytoestrogens (or dietary estrogens) are of special interest in prostate cancer research, say the researchers at the University of Hawaii.

That’s because populations in Asia with a high consumption of phytoestrogens have a lower incidence of the disease than comparable populations in Western countries.

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