A naturally occurring [ Isoflavonoid ] Any of a class of flavonoid phenolic compounds. Isoflavonoids include isoflavones, isoflavonones, isoflavans, pterocarpans and rotenoids. Some isoflavonoids are phytoestrogens. More found predominantly in certain Any plant that is a member of the pea family (Leguminosae) that have seeds in pods. They include beans, lentils, peas and peanuts. More, often as [ Glycoside ] A chemical compound comprising of a simple sugar other non-sugar molecules called aglycones. Glycosides such as Stevia are used as low-calorie or low-sugar sweeteners. Many glycosides are poisonous or have medicinal properties. More.
Some isoflovones are [ Phytoestrogen, Dietary oestrogen ] Any of a class of plant-based phenolic compounds that, when ingested, have effects on the oestrogen receptors of mammals. Phytoestrogen is found in certain legumes, notably soy beans and soy products, and in many seeds and grains. More.