SOY SUPPLEMENTS

Soy Benefits


Studies continue to illustrate the many benefits of soy. Whether you’re looking to reduce cholesterol, minimize menopausal symptoms, or protect against health problems, soy is a simple, effective way to take control of your health. And with Reliv’s advanced non-GMO soy-based products, harnessing the power of soy has never been easier!


Soy isoflavones are true multi-taskers, tackling everything from promoting heart health and alleviating menopausal hot flashes to increasing bone density and lowering the risk of prostate, colon and breast cancers. In addition, protein-rich soy foods may help you lose weight and fat when substituted for other sources of protein.

Soy Safety


Despite study after study proving soy’s benefits and the overwhelming

support of the scientific community, myths about soy persist. Perhaps

the most common myth is that soy isn’t safe for breast cancer patients

and survivors. View the video above to learn from renowned research

scientist Dr. Alfredo Galvez why this myth is exactly that: a myth.


Exciting Breakthrough: LunaRich and Lunasin


Recent studies show lunasin — a naturally occurring peptide found in soy — is the nutritional “magic” behind many of soy’s remarkable health benefits, especially cholesterol management. LunaRich™, a breakthrough soy powder exclusive to Reliv, delivers five to ten times as much bioactive lunasin as

ordinary soy powder. Discover LunaRich


Heart Health


Researchers have found that soy-based diets reduce LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides and raise HDL (good) cholesterol. In 1999, the U.S. Food and

Drug Administration (FDA) approved a health claim about soy protein and heart disease based on soy’s cholesterol-lowering effects. The claim states that

“25 grams of soy protein per day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease.”


Weight Loss 


Growing evidence shows that soy protein shakes may be among the best alternatives for losing weight. Soy is naturally low in calories and carbohydrates. Researchers at Iowa State University, however, discovered two additional properties of soy that boost weight loss beyond simply cutting calories. The

Iowa State study showed that consuming soy protein rich in isoflavones decreases fat deposition (storage) while increasing muscle mass. This is

especially important since lean muscle tissue burns up to 17 times more calories than the same amount of fat tissue, even at rest.


Women's Health


In postmenopausal women, the phytoestrogens in soy may slow bone loss. In addition, many soy foods are high in calcium and contain magnesium and

boron, which work together with calcium for better bone health. Studies also show that soy may help reduce cancer risk — including breast cancer risk in premenopausal women.


Men's Health


Researchers at Northwestern University have found that a new, nontoxic drug made from soy’s isoflavone genistein could prevent cancer cells in the

prostate from spreading to the rest of the body. So far, the cancer therapy drug has worked in pre-clinical animal studies and now shows benefits in

humans with prostate cancer.


Soy is the foundation of several Reliv nutrition shakes. Yet it’s important to recognize that soy is just one important part of a total package. Soy

supplements alone offer an array of benefits ranging from menopause relief to disease prevention and weight loss. But it’s the additional ingredients that

work synergistically to make soy such a powerhouse in Reliv products.



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