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Name: lindy

Dear Dr.I Have been taking soya supplements for a few months. My prolactin level as gone way up in my last blood test. Is there any connection with soya supplemts and prolactin hormone? Thank you. Lindy

Hello Lindy,

Thank you for your question.

Before we get started, please read the following: We do not give medical advice. We provide nutritional information regarding Revival Soy products and information available in the public domain for the uses of soy. We advise you to discuss your personal medical issues with your physician. I hope our information will be helpful to you.

We do not have soy supplements. Revival Soy is FOOD.
Ask your doctor who did the test why your prolactin has gone up.

Are purified isoflavones bad for you?

In brief, soy protein combined with soy isoflavones is believed to produce better results (according to recent clinical studies). Isoflavones are just one of the many beneficial phytonutrients found in soybeans.

With Revival Soy, you get the benefits of soy protein, soy isoflavones AND all of the other soy phytonutrients.

Until more is understood about consuming purified soy isoflavones without added soy protein, we recommend you use a product that has both soy protein AND soy isoflavones in combination.

To read more about our patented natural concentration process, visit

Revival Soy is an excellent source of protein because it gives you all of the essential amino acids that you need. Read more at

Will soy protein raise my estrogen levels?

No. Soy protein will not raise or add to your estrogen levels. Soy will raise your soy isoflavone levels. Soy isoflavones will not show up on standard blood tests for estrogen levels that you get at your healthcare provider. Only special research tests can measure isoflavone levels in your blood, urine or saliva at this time.

Studies indicate that soy consumption can balance estrogen levels to a more healthier level. Soy may positively impact the way your body metabolizes estrogen.

Read the latest at:

And also at:

Isoflavones are completely different from the body’s estrogen and act in many different ways. To read research about soy and menopause, PMS/hormonal health, bone, heart, breast and endometrium health, visit
How much soy should I consume?
How much Revival do I have to eat to see results?

Eating enough soy protein and soy isoflavones is essential to obtain soy’s full benefits. An international panel of leading soy researchers determined that 100 to 160 milligrams of soy isoflavones per day are likely needed to achieve all of the potential benefits of soy isoflavones. The FDA states that 25 grams of soy protein per day, with a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. The American Heart Association recommends 50 grams of soy protein per day.

We have an excellent summary of this at

How soon will I see results?

Our suggested usage is to enjoy 1 naturally-concentrated (6x) Revival bar or shake per day. Use Revival's baked soy chips, soy pasta, soy nuts, & soy "coffee" to boost protein intake.

What do you mean that Revival is a “medical-grade” soy?

We use the term “medical-grade” to mean that Revival is used at leading hospitals for human clinical trials. Products being used in clinical trials have to undergo Internal Review Board review and approval by the hospital before the product can be used in a study.

Read the latest on Revival Clinical Trials:

Please let me know if I can help further.
Best Regards,
Aaron Tabor, MD

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* Read Dr. Tabor's last guest transcript

* Revival is a dietary supplement. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Revival is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information presented on our web site is not intended to take the place of your personal physician's advice.

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