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July 8th, 2013, 01:27 AM
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Thanks Lucy .
On the subject of soy, there isn't anywhere you can buy just plain soy isoflavones. After a lot of looking and research I have found only one product that has them in it: Phytolife and it is for managing menopause symptoms. Is soy for that anyways? Here is a link to the product: PhytoLife® - Menopause - Blackmores
These are the active ingredients below
Glycine max (Soy bean) extract equivalent to dry seed
(standardised to contain isoflavone glycosides 50 mg) 33.5 g (33,500 mg)
Calcium hydrogen phosphate 450 mg
So as far as I can see one tablet is 50mg of soy isoflavones but I don't know if I should give it a go seeing as it isn't the only thing in it. I have no idea what calcium hydrogen phosphate is, what it is for or if it will stuff with the effect I want it to have. I have never found anywhere that has it by itself.

As far as I can see that product is one of the very few that can be found and people have used that. Maybe I should give it a try from CD3-7? Seeing as O isn't until CD16-17 now I doubt it will delay anything lol.
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