Soy isoflavones occur naturally in soy beans and can be found in several soy-based foods such as miso, soy sauce, tofu, edamame, soy milk, soy butter,etc. The term soy isoflavones refers to three molecules that are present in food, although most famously contained in soy products; this includes:Genistein, and its glycoside Genistin at 30-60% of total soy isoflavones ,Daidzein and its glycoside Daidzin at 40-60% of total soy isoflavones; Glycitein, and its glycoside Glycitin at around 1-13% of total isoflavones. Of these, genistein and daidzein are seen as the major components of soy due to their relative quantities. Read More>>>
Black Rice Extract, according to Wikipedia, has many other names, such as purple rice extract, Chrysanthemin, C3G, Cyanidin-3-glucoside,etc, Oryza sativa,etc. Black Rice has long been consumed in China and is considered to be a healthy superfood because of its antioxidant content that able to prevent oxidative stress. In the long history of China, it has been used as an ancient and precious food similiar to normal white rice. Legend has it that this Chinese black rice got its name because it was so nutritionally beneficial that only the emperors were allowed to eat it. However, nowadays, we can get it all year for production since it is non-seasonal.. Read More >>>
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β-Alanine (or beta-alanine), according to Wikipedia, is a naturally occurring beta amino acid, which is an amino acid in which the amino group is at the β-position from the carboxylate group. The IUPAC name for β-alanine is 3-aminopropanoic acid. Unlike its counterpart α-alanine, β-alanine has no stereocenter.
Structurally, beta-alanine is a hybrid between the potent neurotransmitters L-glycine and GABA, which may explain why consumers often claim to experience a caffeine-like response from it. Beta-alanine is even gaining support within the scientific community for being secondarily classified as a neurotransmitter. Read More >>>
Glucomannan, as a dietary fiber, according to Wikipedia, is a water-soluble polysaccharide extracted from konjac root used for centuries in traditional Asian cooking. Due to its swelling properties, glucomannan is often used as a food additive. Dr. Oz praised it’s one of the best ways to control your hunger, “the best appetite suppressant,” and “nature’s skinny sponge.” Glucomannan has many other names, such as the broom of the intestines, konjac root, Amorphophallus Konjac, Glucomannan Powder, Konjac Root Fiber,etc. Read More >>>