Trine Holm-Jensen's research while affiliated with Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre and other places

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Given concerns over the use of hormone replacement therapy (HRT), women are seeking natural alternatives to cope with the symptoms and effects of menopause. The bone sparing effects of soy protein and its isoflavones is well established in animal studies, while 5 previous human studies on soy and bone have yielded variable outcomes due in part to t...


... Detailed review and selection processes are presented in Figure 1. Eighteen studies evaluating the effects of soy isoflavones on bone mass that met the inclusion criteria and were identified in a systematic review [25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33][34][35][36][37][38][39][40][41][42] have been included in the work. Five RCTs were conducted in East Asia, including two in Taiwan, one each in China, Hong Kong, and Japan, eight in the USA, one in Canada, and five in Europe: two in Italy, one each in Denmark and The Netherlands, and a multicenter study (Italy, France, and The Netherlands). ...