KUNAKINADE™ Soy and Edamame Protein Concentrate

KUNAKINADE™ is a new supplement containing soy protein concentrate, organic edamame powder, grape product and soy isoflavones.

When combined with a healthy diet pattern, soy protein supplementation may reduce LDL cholesterol by 30%, similar to the effect of statins, as well as reductions in inflammatory effects of chronic diseases, including the improvement of insulin resistance, and may result in a better resolution of the metabolic syndrome.1,2

In pre-dialysis patients with chronic kidney disease, soy protein consumption showed a protection of serum creatinine and serum phosphorus concentrations.3 In a recent clinical trial conducted by RAAS Nutritionals, 64% of 22 patients supplemented with soy protein concentrate and grape product capsules showed an improvement of their kidney function.4 KUNAKINADEä also includes all the components of the grape. Proanthocyanidins contained in grape seeds inhibited some cell lines of cancer like human leukemia, melanoma, lung carcinoma and colon carcinoma, although no human experiments exist yet.5 Polyphenols found in the skin of grapes worked in other cell lines or models, like lung carcinoma (mice), human epidermoid carcinoma, apoptosis in human lymphoma and gastric cancer.5 Chen demonstrated that grape seed extract attenuates Hepatitis C virus replication and virus-induced inflammation.6

Edamame has been shown to battle against prostate, breast and endometrial cancer, high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol and inadequate blood clotting.

Isoflavones may strengthen the bones.7

Some people, particularly children, may present soy allergy which is a type of food allergy. It is usually treated with an exclusion diet and vigilant avoidance of foods that may be contaminated with soy ingredients.

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

Proprietary Blend
Organic Soy Powder, Organic Edamame Powder, Grape Product, Soy Isoflavones

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  2. Yang B et al. Systematic review and meta-analysis of soy products consumption in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 2011;20(4):593-602
  3. Zhang J, Liu J, SU J, Tian F. The effects of soy protein on chronic kidney disease: a meta-abalysis fo randomized controlled trials. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2014;68:987-93
  4. Dao MM, Sanders PD, Hoang K. Usefulness of highly purified soy (KUNAMIN® and KUNAMINade™) and grape (Kieu Hoang Gold Wine) proteins in the treatment of chronic kidney disease and other medical problems. Personal communication.
  5. Santos-Buelga C, Scalbert A. Proanthocyanidins and tannin-like compounds – nature, occurrence, dietary intake and effects on nutrition and health. J Sci Food Agric. 2000;80(7):1094-1117
  6. Chen WC, Tseng CK, Cheng BH, Lin CK, Lee JC. Grape seed extract attenuates Hepatitis C virus replication and virus-induced inflammation. Front Pharmacol. 2016;7:490
  7. Klausner A. Soy in the pod: Edamame offers a wealth of health benefits as a portable snack. Environm Nutr. 2004;27(7):8

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