Signature Optimizer to support women’s health.*
Mood swings, hot flashes, and night sweats. If that sounds familiar, it may be time to try a supplement developed to ease the transition into menopause. USANA PhytoEstrin contains a diverse blend of botanicals that can provide convenient and natural relief from common menopausal symptoms. It is also formulated as a cardiovascular and bone health supplement.*
USANA PhytoEstrin Health Basics
- Delivers a unique blend of phytoestrogens from five botanical sources
- Can help provide relief from menopausal symptoms
- Formulated to help maintain bone mass and heart health
Did You Know?
- Bone health and risk of heart disease are common health concerns during and after the transition into menopause.
Signature Optimizer to support women’s health*
Natural approaches to maintaining health before, during, and after menopause have recently gained favor. For many women, regular exercise; a proper diet; nutritional supplementation with vitamin E, pantothenic acid (vitamin B5), and calcium; and botanical preparations of estrogen-like compounds such as USANA PhytoEstrin may support menstrual health and help improve the quality of life during the transition to menopause.
After menopause, when levels of estrogen and progesterone drop, phytoestrogens like those found in USANA PhytoEstrin may help support cardiovascular and bone health.*
Comparative studies of Western and Asian women show that not only is menopause much less stressful for Asian women, they also have better health in other areas. Some authorities theorize that the high level of phytoestrogens in the Asian diet may contribute to these differences. Phytoestrogens are biologically active chemical compounds from plants such as grains, legumes, fruits, and vegetables that bind to the same estrogen receptor sites and behave similarly to human estrogen. Phytoestrogens in the diet are believed to be a stabilizing factor throughout hormonal cycles. This stabilization may also help to retain bone mass into the mature years.*
Why USANA PhytoEstrin?
All-natural USANA PhytoEstrin is a broad-spectrum, botanical formulation containing phytoestrogens from five different sources, including a guaranteed 14 mg of soy isoflavones to help maintain women’s health. USANA PhytoEstrin also contains a unique combination of herbs that complement the activity of the soy isoflavones: black cohosh, dong quai, licorice-root extract, and chasteberry powder. Together with the isoflavones, these herbs help support healthy bone structure and cardiovascular health while providing support during menstruation and in the peri- and post-menopausal years.*
Directions: Adult women take three (3) tablets daily, spaced evenly throughout the day.
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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. †Some images and text in this publication are the copyrights of USANA Health Sciences, Inc. and are reproduced with their permission.