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Phytoestrogen Bread can be a place to start for information about a “simple, nutritious, delicious” recipe from the (Australian) Jean Hailes for Women’s Health (JH).

Phytoestrogen BreadIn Phytoestrogen Bread [+Video]: Nutritional Information the JH naturopath and herbalist elaborates on:

“Phytoestrogens (plant oestrogens) are substances that occur naturally in plants. Eating phytoestrogens can produce either some of the same effects as human oestrogen (oestrogenic effects) or opposed effects (anti-oestrogenic effects). Which effects are triggered depends on existing levels of oestrogen in the body, and how the phytoestrogens bind to oestrogen receptors in the body”.

You may also like to try the JH Savoury Phytoestrogen Bread. In Savoury Phytoestrogen Bread [+ Video]: Nutrition Information the JH naturopath and herbalist elaborates on:

“For some women going through menopause, a diet containing phytoestrogens may help to relieve some symptoms of menopause”.

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