Jul 23, 2008 · In her email, Chapman notes that the study showed no association between soy foods and "the important measures of sperm quality and male fertility," Author: Miranda Hitti. May 19, 2009 · Learn about soy's negative effects on what it means to be male. It's been touted as a health food, but there may be a dark side.Author: Jim Thornton.
May 29, 2016 · Studies are still fairly split as how much soy actually leads to this hormonal imbalance. However, one study found a correlation between lowered sperm counts and men that consumed two or more servings of processed soy (think veggie burgers, tofu, and soy milk products) lost about 41 million sperm/per milliliter from their usual sperm count. Using this as a guideline, keeping your processed . Jul 23, 2008 · 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. The Author: Adam Hadhazy.
Jul 24, 2008 · The Daily Mail today reports on, “Why a vegetarian diet may leave a man less fertile.” It said research has found that eating tofu can significantly lower your sperm count. The Guardian also covered the study and reported that men who eat more than two portions a day have, on average, 41 million less sperm per millilitre of semen than men who've never eaten tofu. Phytoestrogens will lower sperm count and feminize boys. And 100 gms of soy protein have the equivalent of one contraceptive pill. Last time I checked, Asia was being accused of overpopulation - China even enacted a one child rule. There doesn't seem to be any low sperm count there. I don't think a feminized male could have kids.
Jan 22, 2018 · Soy products such as tofu, tempeh, soy milk and miso are extremely popular choices especially for vegetarians and vegans as a source of protein. Soy milk also makes a popular alternative beverage for the many people with lactose intolerance. Soy is also one of the most popular protein supplements among male body builders along with casein and whey.Author: Marc Seward. The impact of isoflavones, plant chemicals in soy that act as weak estrogens, on male fertility has been studied with inconsistent results. A report from Harvard published in the July 23, 2008 issue of Human Reproduction, found that regular consumption of soy foods may lower a man’s sperm count, but no changes were seen in the shape of sperm or in their motility (ability to swim) or on.