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Menopause Supplements Tested by ConsumerLab.com -- Soy and Red Clover Isoflavones, Black Cohosh, and Progesterone Cream

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

Learn how to find the best menopause supplements, including soy and red clover isoflavones, black cohosh and progesterone creams. Find out whether menopause supplements help for hot flashes, night sweats, vaginal dryness and more, safety, side effects and drug interactions. Understand what you are taking before you buy.

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Encyclopedia Articles Found: (Articles do not mention brands)
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1.Red Clover
2.Isoflavones
3.Menopausal Symptoms (Other Than Osteoporosis)
4.Phytoestrogens
5.Herbs & Supplements
6.Genistein
7.Soy
8.Herbs and Supplements to Avoid During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
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10.High Cholesterol
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ConsumerLab.com Answers to Questions Found:
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1.Does soy affect the risk of breast cancer or prostate cancer?
2.Do whey or soy protein powders contain estrogens?
3.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?
4.Are there vitamins or supplements that can reduce my risk of breast cancer?
5.Do any supplements help prevent or treat osteoporosis?
6.Do any supplements reduce side of effects of chemotherapy?
7.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?
8.What is lunasin and does it really reduce cholesterol?
9.I have low blood pressure. Are there any supplements I should avoid?
10.Is it true that iodine can cause acne or other skin problems?
11.Do any supplements help prevent sunburn or skin damage from sun exposure?
12.Are there any supplements I should avoid when taking acetaminophen (Tylenol)?
13.I take levothyroxine (Synthroid), a thyroid hormone to treat hypothyroidism. Are there supplements I should avoid, or be taking, due to this drug?
14.Is there a risk of liver toxicity with certain supplements?
15.Which supplements can help to lower blood pressure?
16.Do any supplements help for hair loss?
17.With herbal supplements, what is the difference between root powder and root extract? Does it matter?


Clinical Updates Found:
2019 Soy Isoflavones & Breast Cancer Risk (03/06/2019)
2018 Soy Can Affect Thyroid (11/20/2018)
 Delaying Menopause (05/05/2018)
2016 Which Menopause Supplements Really Work? (06/25/2016)
2015 Soy Isoflavones Maintain Bone Calcium (09/16/2015)
2014 Soy for Menopause Symptoms (12/14/2014)
 Black Cohosh Improves Menopause Symptoms and Decreases Fibroid Size (10/05/2014)


Recalls and Warnings Found:
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1.FDA Warns Seller of Cough Suppressant & Grape Seed Supplements (06/02/2018)
2.Soylent Meal Replacement Powder Reported to Contain Lead and Cadmium (08/19/2015)
3.Seller of Tea Warned for Drug Claims (03/17/2015)
4.Maker of Soy and Zinc Warned for Manufacturing Violations (01/31/2015)
5.Seller of Herbal Extracts Warned for Manufacturing Violations, Drug Claims (11/28/2014)
6.Maker of Menopause Blend and Other Supplement Ingredients Warned by FDA of Violations (12/13/2013)
7.Seller of Cardio, Immune, Greens Supplements and More Warned For Drug Claims (06/13/2013)
8.Seller Of Sexual Enhancement and Hormonal Balance Supplements Warned For Manufacturing Violations (05/10/2013)
9.FDA Seizes Many Supplements from New York Company Due To Drug Claims (10/24/2012)


News Releases Found:
2015 ConsumerLab.com Tests Reveal What's Really in Menopause Supplements and Creams -- Soy Isoflavone, Red Clover, Black Cohosh, and Progesterone Products Reviewed (07/31/2015)
2011 ConsumerLab.com tests menopause supplements and creams: Most are "Approved," but some found contaminated or lacking claimed amount of ingredient (07/12/2011)
2008 ConsumerLab.com's tests of menopause supplements reveal wide range in strength and quality; mislabeling and contamination discovered -- Soy and red clover isoflavones, black cohosh, and progesterone products tested (09/17/2008)
 ConsumerLab.com finds improvements in labeling of nutrition bars but potential pitfalls exist -- New report compares 20 bars, including those for protein, fiber, energy and whole food (08/12/2008)
2006 ConsumerLab.com tests cancer-prevention supplements; several contaminated with lead or low in ingredient
— Report available for green tea, selenium, and lycopene supplements
(04/26/2006)
2005 ConsumerLab.com tests menopause supplements — Alternatives to hormonal therapy — Report available for 38 products including soy and red clover isoflavones, black cohosh, and progesterone creams (07/18/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com finds some supplements lower in omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids than claimed — Report available for 23 products made from oils of black currant, borage, evening primrose and flax (07/12/2005)
 Two magnesium supplements fail testing due to lead contamination. Nineteen others pass. Report now available. (06/15/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com finds quality of most nutrition powders and drinks high, but identifies five protein powders with excess sodium or cholesterol — Report Now Available Online (04/27/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most B-vitamins of high quality but three lacking in ingredients — Test Results for 41 Products Reported Along with Information on Use (03/30/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com reports on vitamin C supplements — Test Results for 29 Products Reported Along with Information on Use (03/14/2005)
 ConsumerLab.com reports on nutrition bars — Highlights major differences, inaccuracies, and urges consumers to "know your bar" (02/08/2005)
2002 ConsumerLab.com finds "Breast Enhancement" pills lack evidence of efficacy (04/16/2002)
 Athletic Banned Substances Screening and Certification Program announced by ConsumerLab.com — Tester of supplements to screen for substances banned in Olympics (02/08/2002)
 ConsumerLab.com finds most B vitamin supplements contain what they claim, but often exceed safe levels — Consumers cautioned to be aware of side effects with high dose products (01/08/2002)
2001 ConsumerLab.com finds fish oil supplements free of mercury, but 30% lacking in key ingredient — Test results of omega-3 fatty acid (EPA and DHA) products released today (11/20/2001)
 Sixty percent of nutrition bars fail to meet claims in ConsumerLab.com tests — "Low Carb" bars often loaded with carbohydrates; excess sodium and saturated fat also found (10/30/2001)
 Most iron supplements pass ConsumerLab.com testing — Lead contamination and insufficient iron found in some (10/03/2001)
 Problems and ambiguity among alternative estrogen products reported by ConsumerLab.com — Results of soy and red clover isoflavone product testing released online today (08/15/2001)
 Over forty percent of Echinacea products fail ConsumerLab.com review; Inadequate labeling and missing ingredients found common for popular herbal cold remedy (05/07/2001)
 Quality of popular herbal anti-depressant found to vary; certain types of St. John's Wort supplements more likely to pass testing (04/10/2001)
 ConsumerLab.com review of vitamin E supplements finds some insufficiencies and need for clearer labeling; test results released online today (03/13/2001)
 Problems found with multivitamins and multiminerals by ConsumerLab.com (02/14/2001)
 Some supplements for arthritis may exceed newly released safe intake levels for manganese (01/29/2001)


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