Soap makers turn oil into soap through a process called “saponification.” When they use soy oil or avocado oil, there’s very little waste… only about 1% is left over. And – until recently – this 1% went into the trash.
Now scientists have discovered this “waste” could be the secret to shutting down hot flashes… ending night sweats… and even helping strengthen brittle bones linked to “the change.”
These unsaponifiables – the leftover “junk” from the soap-making process – have remarkable effects on your body. Effects nobody dreamed of just a few years ago. Best of all, they’re 100% natural and have virtually no side effects.
When it comes to the change, this is as close to hitting the lottery as you’ll ever get. Because combining this “waste” from soy and avocado oils produces a potent supplement that may just leave you shouting, “Finally… I feel normal again!”
“Super” Relief From Combining an Old Ally With a New Breakthrough
Avocado-soy unsaponifiables – or ASUs – are fairly new to medical science.
We’ve known for many years that certain extracts of soy are estrogenic. That is, they mimic the main female hormone. And this can bring relief during the change, when your estrogen levels are dropping.
But it wasn’t all that long ago avocados were considered a decadent treat. A food so fatty, doctors even cautioned thin people not to over-indulge.
Now we know the fats in avocados are mostly monounsaturated. That is, they’re healthy fats, similar to those in olive oil.
Perhaps more importantly, avocados are high in plant sterols and other plant compounds that promote human health. And these compounds are concentrated in the unsaponifiables.
Combined with similar “waste” from soy, they offer remarkable relief for women suffering with hot flashes, night sweats, and much more.
Which is why we made ASUs a cornerstone of our new Symprogen formula.
Powerful Relief From Hot Flashes
Because certain components of soy mimic the effects of estrogen, doctors focused on natural solutions have used them for years. Especially for women who suffer with physical issues linked to the change… such as hot flashes and night sweats.
For example, a study in the journal Menopause shows the promise of soy extracts. This study was important for 3 reasons…
- It was placebo-controlled. This means the study didn’t just look at the effect of soy… but compared it to an inactive placebo.
- It was double-blind. In other words, neither the doctors nor the volunteers knew who received the placebo or the soy until after the study was complete.
- It was multi-center. That is, it involved different doctors and patients in several locations. This lowers the risk of bias.
By week 8, the soy group had an average of 51% fewer hot flashes on a daily basis. After 16 weeks, that number jumped to 61%. And almost 7 in 10 of the women in the soy group saw a drop of at least 50%.1
Imagine if you could stop more than 6 out of 10 hot flashes. How much better would you feel? How much more normal? And that’s with just one herbal remedy.
Avocado has a very different – but just as welcome – effect.
Can Guacamole Build Stronger Bones?
In 2011, Korean scientists looked at the effects of avocado on bone formation. These researchers didn’t have an axe to grind… avocados are native to Central America. So this was research on a “foreign” food. (And, thus, a very slim chance of bias.)
But they found avocado promotes processes that build bone density… and discourages processes that break down bone.2
In other words, avocado should be able to encourage a net gain in bone density.
More recent research shows ASUs have a dramatic effect on bone health. Because AUSs have a remarkable number of bone-building properties.
Researchers in California recently found…
- ASUs block enzymes that break down bone tissue
- ASUs stimulate production of the bone-building protein collagen
- ASUs inhibit the activity of several compounds that cause systemic irritation
- ASUs promote a healthy balance of growth factors
- ASUs ease the damaging effects of free radicals on cartilage3
What this all adds up to is…
ASUs may be the biggest breakthrough in relief for the change since… Well, since forever. Because a 2011 study from the Middle East suggests ASUs are as effective as anything we’ve found. And also remarkably safe.4
As if this weren’t enough, ASUs may deliver even more health benefits.
A Multi-Purpose Defense for Your Body
ASUs were first identified as promoters of joint health. Scores of studies showed they had positive effects. For example…
A 2014 French study showed that people with joint problems who took ASUs were far less likely to have continuing joint damage than non-users.5
In 2006, another French team looked at ASU’s effect on teeth and gums. The study showed ASUs defend against periodontal problems – in part – by enhancing a transforming growth factor linked to better bone health.6
While soy appears to defend against problems like hot flashes and night sweats, studies show avocado has a positive effect on bone health.
Alone, ASUs can provide a powerful defense against the ravages of the change. But added to the proven effects of other herbs… Well, now you’re talking about a whole other level of defense.
And that’s the logic behind Symprogen.
Delivering the Relief You Asked For
The big supplement companies have an advantage. They can put a product on the market and ignore most of the feedback. Because they’re selling to people who don’t know that much about their products.
Here at Best Life Herbals, our situation is different. We formulate supplements for people like you. Folks who know
more about herbs and nutrients than the average person. Folks who want the most effective formulas based on the latest science.
So, while nobody else was using ASUs to help ease the change, we forged ahead. Because the science showed us ASUs are effective.
But we haven’t ignored tried-and-true herbs, either. So you’ll find black cohosh in Symprogen. Plus chaste berry, dong quai, and more
Symprogen’s formula is built around the potent effects of ASUs, but also includes other powerful herbs… like wild yam, hops, and licorice root. Nine herbs in all, plus vitamin D. (You need plenty of vitamin D to absorb calcium for bone health.)
In other words, Symprogen is your best defense against the challenges of the change.
And it’s the defense with the least risk, too.
All the Relief… With None of the Risk
Can you imagine a department store giving you a year to return an item you decide you don’t like? Or a car dealership? Or… pretty much any place, really. It just isn’t done.
Except at Best Life Herbals.
Every formula we make including Symprogen comes with our full-year satisfaction guarantee. Whether you buy 10 bottles or just one. Return the unused portion, along with any empty bottles, and we’ll buy it back. (Less any shipping and handling.)
Take the ASU study I mentioned earlier. That study ran for 16 weeks – 112 days. At every testing step – 4, 8, and 16 weeks – the results were better. Who knows how much better they might have been if the study had run longer?
With a 30-, 60-, or even 90-day satisfaction guarantee, you may not always have time to experience maximum results.
You see, many herbs have a cumulative effect. The longer you take them, the better they work. ASUs are one example. The Lion’s Mane in our My Healthy Memory formula is another.
Our full-year satisfaction guarantee removes all the pressure. You’re free to discover for yourself just how effective the ingredients in our formulas can be. Without worrying about missing a deadline.
And you’ll love the full effect of ASUs. Along with the other potent herbs in Symprogen. If you’re tired of the misery of sleepless nights, hot flashes and embarrassing sweats, and all the rest that goes along with the change… now you can finally do something about it.
Try Symprogen – risk-free – and finally feel normal again.
Yours in continued good health,
The Best Life Herbals Wellness Team
The statements contained herein have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration. These statements are not intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease.
1 Faure, E.D., et al, “Effects of a standardized soy extract on hot flushes: a multicenter, double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study,” Menopause. Sep 2002; 9(5): 329-334.
2 Kim, M.J., et al, “Effects of Extracts from Sarcocarp, Peels, and Seeds of Avocado on Osteoblast Differentiation and Osteoclast Formation,” Journal of the Korean Society of Food Science and Nutrition. 2011; 40(7): 919-927.
3 Christiansen, B.A., et al, “Management of Osteoarthritis with Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables,” Cartilage. 2015; 6(1).
4 Panahi, Y., et al, “Comparison of Piascledine (Avocado and Soybean Oil) and Hormone Replacement Therapy in Menopausal-Induced Hot Flashing,” Iran J Pharm Res. 2011 Autumn; 10(4): 941–951.
5 Maheu, E., et al, “Randomised, controlled trial of avocado–soybean unsaponifiable (Piascledine) effect on structure modification in hip osteoarthritis: the ERADIAS study,” Rheumatic Diseases. Feb 2014; 73(2).
6 Andriamanalijaona, R., et al, “Effect of Interleukin-1β on Transforming Growth Factor-Beta and Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2 Expression in Human Periodontal Ligament and Alveolar Bone Cells in Culture: Modulation by Avocado and Soybean Unsaponifiables,” Journal of Periodontology. Jul 2006; 77(7): 1156-1166.