ERr 731 is a phytoestrogen selective estrogen receptor modulator (phytoSERM) from Siberian rhubarb root.
On July 16 at 9am Pacific Time, Metagenics Inc. (San Clemente, CA) will host a free webinar on ERr 731, a novel rhubarb extract for menopause relief. Metagenics vice president of scientific affairs Deanna Minich, PhD, FACN, CNS, will host the program.
ERr 731 is a phytoestrogen selective estrogen receptor modulator (phytoSERM) from Siberian rhubarb root. Clinical trials suggest it can reduce hot flashes and night sweats- and their severity-along with a host of other common menopausal symptoms. ERr 731 is the key ingredient in the dietary supplement Estrovera.
“The observed clinical benefits of ERr 731 appear to be related to modulation of estrogen receptor beta in estrogen sensitive tissue as demonstrated in laboratory studies,” said Metagenics director of intramural clinical research Joseph J. Lamb, MD. “Health care professionals in Europe have been successfully recommending ERr 731 since 1993-with over 60 million doses and no serious adverse events reported to date.”
The free Metagenics webinar will also highlight lifestyle modification strategies for further improving menopause relief and overall health.