DAIDZEIN - Luteinising Hormone Booster

$59.95
  • DAIDZEIN - Luteinising Hormone Booster
  • DAIDZEIN - Luteinising Hormone Booster
  • DAIDZEIN - Luteinising Hormone Booster

DAIDZEIN - Luteinising Hormone Booster

$59.95
$59.95

WHAT IS DAIDZEIN?
Body Ripped DAIDZEIN is a highly advanced, natural Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator, which has been extensively tested and clinically proven to offer a natural alternative to chemical variants.

DAIDZEIN is a natural isoflavone, and the extract of a range of plants, including soy and red clover.

This extract is then further isolated so as not to contain any estrogenic materials such as genestein; and fortified with Creatine Monohydrate for an additional boost in muscle strength and power.

WHAT DOES IT DO?
Extensive literature shows that DAIDZEIN may offer many health benefits, such as:

● Increased bone density, through the stimulation of bone formation and mineralisation.

● Increased muscle mass and strength

● Increased secretion of luteinising hormone and testosterone

● Protection of hormone-sensitive tissues, such as breast and prostate tissue

  • Adults take 3 capsules daily with food, or as recommended by your Healthcare Professional. Body Ripped DAIDZEIN can be used at any time of the day.
  • WHAT’S IN DAIDZEIN?
    Androgen Receptor Complete Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator-K49P2K8WLX (Daidzein), Creatine Monohydrate (Creapure), Piperine.

    REFERENCES:
    Shen, Q., Li, X., Yuan, D., & Jia, W. (2010). Enhanced oral bioavailability of daidzein by self-microemulsifying drug delivery system. Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 58(5), 639-643.

    Guo-jie, W. A. N. G., Zheng-kang, H. A. N., & Wei-hua, C. H. E. N. (1995). Effects of Daidzein on Muscle Growth and Some Endogenous Hormone Levels in Rats. Zoological Research, 16(1), 23-29.

    Zhang, L., & Cui, S. (2009). Effects of daidzein on testosterone synthesis and secretion in cultured mouse leydig cells. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences, 22(5), 618-625.

    Zhu, F. R., Wang, Y. G., Chen, J., Hu, Y. X., Han, F. S., & Wang, H. Y. (2009). Effects of phytoestrogens on testosterone production of rat Leydig cells. Zhonghua nan ke xue= National journal of andrology, 15(3), 207-211.

    Pan, L., Xia, X., Feng, Y., Jiang, C., & Huang, Y. (2007). Exposure to the phytoestrogen daidzein attenuates apomorphine-induced penile erection concomitant with plasma testosterone level reduction in dose and time-related manner in adult rats. Urology, 70(3), 613-617.

    Han, D. H., Denison, M. S., Tachibana, H., & YAMADA, K. (2002). Relationship between estrogen receptor-binding and estrogenic activities of environmental estrogens and suppression by flavonoids. Bioscience, biotechnology, and biochemistry, 66(7), 1479-1487.