Soy

No One Wants A Soy-boy.

Soy wreaks havoc on males. Suspiciously, it remains a health trend. Not all that glitters is gold, and not all that is supposed to be good actually is. It’s become taboo to acknowledge biological differences between the sexes, but don’t believe the hype. What’s good for the goose is not always good for the gander. Is soy one such item?

“Men aren’t supposed to have breasts,” he says today in a quiet Texas drawl. “It was like my body was feminizing.”

“My sexual desire disappeared,” he says. “My penis—I won’t say it atrophied, but it was so flaccid that it looked very small in comparison with the way it used to be. Even my emotions changed.”

Men’s Health Magazine

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“Infants who consumed soy-based formula as newborns had differences in some reproductive-system cells and tissues, compared to those who used cow-milk formula or were breastfed, according to a new study.”
The study says the differences are subtle, but there.
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“Do real men eat soy? Perhaps. But if they want to become fathers, they may want to limit their tofu intake. A new study shows that downing soy products may lower sperm count.”
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Sperm count has dropped 60% in 40 years due to “modern life”
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“Studies show that men’s testosterone levels have been declining for decades. The most prominent, a 2007 study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, revealed a “substantial” drop in U.S. men’s testosterone levels since the 1980s, with average levels declining by about 1% per year. “
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“Toxicologists estimate that an infant exclusively fed soy formula receives the estrogenic equivalent of at least five birth control pills per day.”
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“Plastic surgeons are reporting a record number of “man boob” reduction operations as the rise in demand outstrips that for all other procedures, including women’s breast enlargement.”
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“People with high testosterone are more likely to enjoy ‘unsophisticated’ music, whereas men with less testosterone favoured classical music and jazz; testosterone might affect the the area of the brain that controls emotions.”
Of course, soy is particularly popular amongst “herbivore men”. Vegetarians and vegans can be particularly insufferable, so I thought our readers might take comfort in the knowledge that 84% of them abandon their diet within the first year. The next time you have to endure the self-righteous criticism of one of these people, realize that most of them are recent converts, and say what I say: “Come talk to me in a year”.
“…most vegetarians don’t last. In the United States, most meat-abstainers lapse within a year, according to a new report put out by the the Humane Research Council, an animal advocacy organization”.

Author: Orry

Editor In Chief with SALT Media.

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