Plant-based support for women experiencing common symptoms of menopause
Created for the unique transition of menopause, this naturally derived women’s health supplement helps to ease common menopausal symptoms.
Key ingredients red clover, soy isoflavones, flaxseed extract, and licorice root extract provide a gentle option for women who experience hot flushes and other uncomfortable symptoms associated with the fluctuation of hormones during menopause.
The naturally derived botanical extracts offer symptomatic support while contributing to bone health.*
- Helps to provide gentle relief from commonly experienced menopausal symptoms including hot flushes, night sweats, and mood swings.*
- Provides phytoestrogens – a weak estrogen-like compounds that have gentle effects to assist in well-being during menopause *
- Help maintain healthy bone mass, a common health concern both during and after the transition into menopause*
- Supports the normal and healthy hormonal balance in menopausal women*
Q. What is USANA EstroPro?
A. USANA EstroPro is a supplement that utilises phytoestrogens to help women over 40 years of age transit through normal menopausal hormonal changes for lowered frequency and/or severity of many common menopausal symptoms, including hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings. It also helps maintain bone health. EstroPro contains isoflavones from soy and red clover, as well as liquorice and flaxseed extracts, to support women’s health.
Q. Is EstroPro a replacement for PhytElle?
A. USANA EstroPro is a fantastic upgrade if you are currently taking PhytElle for nutritional support during perimenopause or post menopause. As it is not intended for long term supplementation for young women, it’s recommended you consult your health care professional to determine the appropriate nutritional supplementation if you are under the age of 40. PhytElle will be discontinued, and EstroPro will be another superior choice to help relieve symptoms associated with menopausal symptoms.
Q. What are the key differences between PhytElle and EstroPro?
A. Recent research has evaluated new key ingredients shown to effectively support menopausal transition. USANA EstroPro contains increased amounts of soy isoflavones, along with red clover, to be a more effective menopause support supplement. This improved formulation also includes flax seed, an upgrade that reflects recent research.
Q. When should I start taking USANA EstroPro and when should I stop?
A. Phytoestrogens are weak estrogen-like compounds that have gentle effects in helping relieve symptoms of menopause. We recommend start taking EstroPro around age 40, regardless of whether you are experiencing symptoms of menopause. EstroPro is also excellent for postmenopausal support. Continue to take it if you are experiencing beneficial results, or consider other cardiovascular and bone support products such as CoQuinone 100™ and MagneCal D*
Q. How soon will I notice the effects of EstroPro?
A. Analyses of research studies found some soy isoflavone supplementation effectiveness in as early as six weeks. However, the effects are greater with longer periods of use. Many studies show benefits after three to six months of use. Other meta-analysis estimates it can take up to 48 weeks to achieve 80 percent of the maximum beneficial effects of soy isoflavones.
Q. Can I take EstroPro if I am on Hormone Replacement Therapy?
A. Please consult your health care provider before adding USANA EstroPro (or any other supplement) to your routine to determine if it’s the right product for you.
Q. Is soy safe?
A. Moderate consumption of soy is generally well-tolerated. The majority of research in humans has shown little or no adverse effect of soy or soy isoflavone in general healthy population when consumed as directed. . Pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers should not use soy isoflavone supplement unless directed by their doctors. We also recommend people with medical condition and allergy to discuss any concerns with their health care provider before taking the product.
*Use only as directed. Always read the label. If symptoms persist, talk to your health professional.