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I recently received this text from a client... grateful to share this with you!! According to an article in American Family Physician, the most common side-effect, experienced by up to 75% of menopausal women, is hot flashes -- the number one reason some seek hormone replacement therapy (HRT). Although many studies have show HRT to be effective in relieving hot flashes and in reducing bone loss and the risk of developing breast cancer over women not receiving HRT, concluding that "the trade-offs between risks and health benefits should be carefully assessed." Similar findings were achieved by a study published in Lancet. Fortunately, a number of natural plant alternatives to HRT have been show to effectively reduce menopausal symptoms by providing compounds know as phytoestrogens. These substances function similar to the hormone estriol, the weakest type of estrogen and the only one linked to a reduced risk of breast and endometrial cancer. Phytoestrogens - which mimic the effects of estriol by binding with estrogen receptors in the body to provide a weak estrogenic effect - have also been shown to inhibit breast cancer. A recent study in Lancet found women with a high intake of phytoestrogens exhibited a substantially reduced risk of breast cancer. READY FOR RELIEF? The ingredients in Flash-Ease are time released so that they are introduced into the system gradually offering 12 hours of benefits. This is a big plus, since large doses of black cohosh sometimes cause headaches and dizziness. By releasing the herb slowly, these undesirable effects are avoided. Recommended Use: Take one capsule in the morning and one capsule in the evening. Read more about Flash-Ease and its ingredients in Herb Allure's NSP Master Reference. and Steven Horne's Strategies for Health. I highly encourage you to purchase your own hard copies for reference! Flash-Ease, #81, 60 caps, $26.10 Retail, Login to See Your Discounted Price! For an educational consultation, feel free to contact me at 216-409-4906 or via email. I know that you know this... but I will reiterate: “I never diagnose or prescribe! I am a researcher and educator. You are responsible for making your best choices.” Thank you for your confidence. I am here to serve you as you request. ~ Barbara