Revival Soy's origins stem from a common need that grew into an innovative concept.
Menopause's early stages crept up on Suzanne Tabor, who couldn't find relief from hot flashes, night sweats and discomforts so many women experience around the age of 50. Looking for a solution, she contacted her son, Dr. Aaron Tabor, then a medical student, who began researching through the wealth of resources available to him.
Studies focusing on Asian women's lower rates of hot flashes shaped the path Revival Soy would eventually take. This pattern appeared to correlate with diets high in soy (up to six servings per day), results showed, and in response, Dr. Tabor took nearly two years to fine-tune the process for Revival Soy's first product.
Now patented, the naturally-concentrated process brings the protein and isoflavones found in about six cups of a typical soy milk into a single shake or bar - with a low glycemic index and with ~90 percent less fat and fewer calories.
As the Medical Consultant for Revival Products, Dr. Tabor oversees the clinical research conducted at leading hospitals for the company's latest products. In turn, the results for Revival Soy's effects on menopause, weight loss, heart health and hair, skin and nail improvements assist with new product developments.
Great-tasting products meeting recommended amounts for soy isoflavone and protein consumption keep Revival Soy ahead in a growing industry. To get greater details about the concept and process behind our delicious and innovative shakes, bars, snacks and other items, learn more here.