Bloodpressure Clinical Trial
Effect of Isoflavone Supplementation Associated With Physical Exercise on Blood Pressure, Lipic and Inflamatory Profile, Body Composition and Hydratation and Climacteric Symptoms in Postmenopausal Women
This study evaluate if 10 weeks of mixed exercise combined with isoflavones could have greater effects on climacteric symptoms, body composition and hydratation, lipidic and inflamatory profile than exercise alone in postmenopausal women. the participants will be randomly assigned to the group: placebo and exercise or 100mg of isoflavone and exercise.
Several endocrine metabolic changes occur during the climacteric period, due to the lack of estrogen and also by the aging process and some studies show that ingestion of isoflavones by postmenopausal women may have benefits. Theoretically the isoflavone potentiate the effects obtained during exercise ;
|Source||Federal University of Uberlandia|
|Start date||February 2015|
|Completion date||December 2016|