Also indexed as:5-Methyl-7-Methoxy-Isoflavone
Methoxyisoflavone: Main Image

How to Use It

Manufacturers of methoxyisoflavone recommend 200 to 400 mg twice a day.

Where to Find It

Several substances similar to methoxyisoflavone are found in many plants and some foods, including soybeans. Whether methoxyisoflavone itself is found in nature is unknown.

Possible Deficiencies

Methoxyisoflavone is not an essential nutrient, so no deficiencies are possible.

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