Extract of Trifolium pratense (Red clover), standardized to 40 mg of bioavailable isoflavones at a standardized ratio.

Composition:    Active: Isoflavones are hetrocyclic plant diphenols with similar chemical structure to steroidal hormones.

Inactive:   Dicalcium phosphate, Microcrystalline cellulose, Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, Magnesium stearate, Mixed tocopherols, Silica, Soy polysaccharide, Natural carmel color.

FREE OF yeast, milk derivatives, wheat, cornstarch, gluten, preservatives, artificial colors and flavors.

Key Facts:   Isoflavones, are abundant in legumes such as clover, beans and soy. Diets rich in isoflavones are positively correlated with prostate health. One Trinovin tablet per day provides 40mg of natural plant isolavones--more than an American diet provides in a week. Dietary isoflavones have been shown to exist at high concentrations in prostate fluid and to have potent biological activity in vitro .

Major Uses:   Trinovin has been clinically tested in men and is safe and effective. Trinovin can assist in normal prostate health, urinary flow and quality of life, particularly those over 50 years of age.**

Precautions:   The American Urological Association recommends that all men over 50 have annual prostate examination.

Directions For Use:   Adults one tablet daily.

Presentation   Coated 500mg tablets. Each tablet contains 40mg of standardized isoflavones.

Storage   Store in a cool dry place below 85° F. Shelf life is 2 years.

  Supplement Facts
 Serving Size
1 Tablet
 Servings Per Container
  Each tablet Contains
 (as red clover extract)
40 mg *
*Daily Value not Established.

Further Information: Call 1-877-Trinovin for clinical studies or additional information.

**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


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