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Posted by Marilyn
on August 20, 2000 at 13:25:56:
Hi: I hope someone can clear up my confusion; Firstly, my plan to take Ipriflavone supplement
has been derailed for the moment based on literature which is unclear as to the effects of soy
on the human body. A study I just read called :"Newest research on why you should avoid so"
was kind of discouraging. There are issues of toxicity and soy's impact on the thyroid seems to
be an issue. In any event, I just read there is synthetic ipriflavone, so my question: is the synthetic
ipriflavone made from soy or not and if it isn't is it alright to take it; apparently Ipriflavone has
been shown to increase bone density and I really want to try it right away. As far as I am
concerned the side effects from the other meds for osteoporosis are potentially very scary,
Please feel free to E mail me at STARKMS@earthlink.net. If there are pharmacology type
people who read this, your input woud be most appreciated.
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