Tag: phytoestrogens

Phytoestrogens: Nonsteroidal plant molecules that are structurally and functionally similar to mammalian estrogens and can bind to estrogen receptors. Examples include apigenin, coumestrol, enterolactone, genistein, quercetin, and resveratrol.

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10/13/14
Quercetin reduces cancer cell proliferation by suppressing insulin receptor signaling
02/06/12
Soy supplements do not reduce breast cancer risk and could be harmful
01/09/12
Black cohosh reduces mammary tumor growth in a rat model of breast cancer
12/06/11
Red clover compound biochanin A reduces potency of tamoxifen in rats
11/27/11
Long term study finds lower breast cancer-specific death among women with high circulating enterolactone
11/04/11
High consumption of lignan-rich foods may improve survival after breast cancer
10/25/11
Milk increases proliferation of estrogen-sensitive breast cancer cells
08/17/11
Genistein stimulates aromatase activity and ER+ breast cancer cell growth
04/03/11
Soy protein may heighten risk of breast cancer by influencing cell signaling
02/27/11
Prediagnostic enterolactone levels linked to lower mortality among women with breast cancer
09/18/10
Resveratrol can reduce breast cancer-promoting DNA damage
07/16/10
The phytoestrogen quercetin does not protect against breast cancer and may promote it
01/31/10
Migraine sufferers have lower risk of ER+/PR+ tumors - implications for choice of treatment
01/05/10
Pomegranate compounds inhibit aromatase and reduces breast cancer cell proliferation

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