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Thanks for sharing. I had never heard that one before.
God bless you and hold you in the palm of his hand!
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**I'm the Former Founder and Leader ** Of the "Perimenopause to Menopause what should you expect team"
"DO OR DO NOT FOR THERE IS NO TRY".....JUST DO IT!
Thou hast called me-
I cannot tell why
Thou wilt Justify me-
I cannot tell how.
Thou wilt glorify me-
I cannot tell when.
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I have no interest in it.
ever tried it, never will
Taken from, "Menopause Matters" by Julia Schlam Edelman copyright 2010
Red clover is another source of isoflavones. Six different studies looking at two different preparation of red clover concluded that it did NOT help to reduce hot flashes. Because there is no evidence that it has a a significant effect on hot flashes, and because it contains processed isoflavones that do not have a track record for being safe or effective, I do not recommend red clover.
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