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Menopause Supplements Review (Soy and Red Clover Isoflavones, Black Cohosh) and Progesterone Creams
 

Initial Posting: 7/24/15  Last Update: 11/20/18
Menopause Supplements Tested by ConsumerLab.com -- Soy and Red Clover Isoflavones, Black Cohosh, and Progesterone Cream

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Find Out Now Which Soy Isoflavone, Red Clover, Black Cohosh, and Progesterone Products Have the Active Compounds You Want!



Menopause supplements and creams in report (alphabetical)
Bluebonnet Non-GMO Soy Isoflavones Oona For Menopause Solgar Black Cohosh Root Extract Plus
Emerita Progest Body Cream Options Healthy Woman Soy Supplement Source Naturals Natural Progesterone Cream
Estroven Maximum Strength Promensil Menopause Spring Valley (Walmart) Soy Isoflavones
Nature's Bounty Black Cohosh Puritan's Pride Black Cohosh Swanson Superior Herbs High-Potency Red Clover Extract
Nature's Way Black Cohosh Root Remifemin Menopause Relief Vitamin World Black Cohosh
One a Day Menopause Formula Rexall Black Cohosh Whole Foods Soy Isoflavones
Bluebonnet Non-GMO Soy Isoflavones Emerita Progest Body Cream Estroven Maximum Strength Nature's Bounty Black Cohosh Nature's Way Black Cohosh Root One a Day Menopause Formula Oona  For Menopause Options Healthy Woman Soy Supplement Promensil Menopause Remifemin Menopause Relief Rexall Black Cohosh Solgar Black Cohosh Root Extract Plus Source Naturals Natural Progesterone Cream Spring Valley (Walmart)  Soy Isoflavones Swanson Superior Herbs High-Potency Red Clover Extract Whole Foods Soy Isoflavones
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Women looking for relief from hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms often turn to supplements containing estrogen-like isoflavones (from soy or red clover), the herbal remedy black cohosh or creams containing progesterone. This report on menopause supplements from ConsumerLab.com provides quality ratings for 16 such products and identifies those providing amounts of compounds shown to be effective in clinical studies -- information you generally can't get from labels. 
 
The report also identifies menopausal products that failed to meet ConsumerLab.com's quality standards, such as one product contaminated with a small amount of lead.
 
"Alternative therapies can help some women cope with menopause symptoms," says Tod Cooperman, M.D., President of ConsumerLab.com.  "However, not every product can be expected to work. And it is difficult, if not impossible, to really know what's in a product and make meaningful comparisons without laboratory testing." Experts at ConsumerLab.com, for example, determined the amounts of "active" isoflavones in products, making it possible for consumers to compare menopause products to one another and to clinical standards.

You must join to get the full test results along with ConsumerLab.com recommendations and quality ratings to help you find the best menopause supplement for you. You will get results for 12 menopause supplements selected by ConsumerLab.com and for four others that passed voluntary Quality Certification Testing, as well as information about two supplements similar to ones that passed testing.  

In this comprehensive report, you'll discover:
    • Which menopausal products failed testing and which passed
    • Which soy or red clover supplements and progesterone creams provide amounts of ingredients shown to work 
    • Which foods provide large amounts of soy isoflavones
    • Potential side-effects with isoflavones, black cohosh, and progesterone cream
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ConsumerLab.com Answers -- for Menopause Supplements Review (Soy and Red Clover Isoflavones, Black Cohosh) and Progesterone Creams
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I have been having dizziness for the past few months and am wondering if it could be a side effect of supplements I take. Which supplements cause dizziness? Get the answer >>

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I have low blood pressure. Are there any supplements I should avoid? Get the answer >>

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I take estrogen replacement (Vagifem), to help relieve the symptoms of menopause. Are there supplements I should avoid, or be taking, due to this drug? Get the answer >>

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Which supplements can help to lower blood pressure? Get the answer >>

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Which supplements can help lower or control my blood sugar? Get the answer >>

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Are there vitamins or supplements that can reduce my risk of breast cancer? Get the answer >>

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Does soy affect the risk of breast cancer or prostate cancer? Get the answer >>
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