Revival Products Offers Soy Protein Shakes for Hot Flashes

February 27, 2020 - /PressAdvantage/ - Revival Products Inc., based in Kernersville, North Carolina, has revealed that their soy protein shakes may be able to deal with hot flashes and night sweats caused by menopause. The use of shakes for hot flashes is supported by research over the last 20 years, suggesting that soy may help relieve mild but common discomforts related to menopause, such as hot flashes and night sweats.

Meanwhile, a new research study involving 60 Brazilian women between the ages of 40 and 60 years and had become postmenopausal, showed reductions in hot flashes for all groups but these reductions where significantly larger in the soy shake group compared to the placebo group. Thus, this new randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study supports the possible benefits of dietary soy for the relief of common discomforts resulting from menopause.

Suzanne Tabor, President of Revival Products Inc., says, “This new research study, as well as previous research, supports the role of soy protein for the relief of common menopausal discomforts, including hot flashes. Of course, involve your own doctor on how to manage your midlife transition with prescription medications, dietary supplements, and lifestyle changes.”

It should be noted that menopause is a natural stage of life for all women as they age. However, the usual discomforts that come with it such as night sweats, hot flashes, lack of energy, and mood swings, can make it one of the most miserable times for women, both physically and emotionally.

Suzanne Tabor also wants to point out that while soy cannot be considered as a replacement for HRT or prescription medication, more than 20 clinical trials have shown that soy may help women have a healthy and more enjoyable mid-life through the reduction of hot flashes and other mild discomforts that are linked to menopause. Furthermore, it has also been observed that soy protein may help in achieving weight loss goals.

It is possible to use soy shakes to lose weight because a significant number of scientific studies support that possibility. Basically, this is because soy protein is a good source of high-quality protein that may help in the development of lean muscle mass. Lean muscle burns calories during exercise, possibly resulting in lower weight. Furthermore, soy protein may also be a good source of energy from both calories and branched-chain amino acids. Thus, if soy consumption is combined with a healthy diet and exercise, it may contribute significantly to success in achieving weight loss goals.

Recent studies have also revealed that soy protein may help people feel less hungry and allow them to feel fuller longer. This can help minimize the urge to snack in between meals at late a night, which have been observed to be two major cause of dietary failures and weight gain. Soy shakes are also low in fat and carbohydrates, plus they have a low-glycemic index. Thus, soy protein consumption will not cause a rapid increase in blood sugar levels, compared to glucose. Recent studies have also confirmed that the Revival soy shakes and protein bars have a low-glycemic index. And soy protein is complete protein because it has all nine essential amino acids in the proper balance for the body’s requirements. Furthermore, the Revival products have been ensured to be non-genetically modified.

People who are trying to lose weight may want to consume a naturally-concentrated Revival protein shake or protein bar that contain 20 grams or protein. This may be taken with a multivitamin, once or twice a day. However, it is advisable to consult a physician when using the Revival protein bars and shakes as a meal replacement. Furthermore, the shakes and protein bars should not be used as the only nutritional source, even when trying to lose weight.

People who would like to learn more about the Revival soy products may want to take a look at the Revival Soy reviews and visit the Revival Products website, or contact them on the telephone or through email.


For more information about Revival Products Inc., contact the company here:

Revival Products Inc.
Suzanne Tabor
200 Peddycord Park Ct, Kernersville, NC 27284

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