Thread: Is soy killing me?
9/22/2007 12:30am, #21
Okay after being no help at all, here are some interesting articles.
This is a summary of the second link.
9/22/2007 1:34am, #22
Interesting. Here's some more:
CONCLUSION: Immediate post-exercise provision of either milk (MLK), or a content-matched soy drink (PEC), as well as provision of equivalent energy, as maltodextrin, (CON) resulted in similar increases in mass, FBFM, and strength. Our study demonstrates that intact dietary proteins from milk and soy are effective in supporting hypertrophy. Moreover, when given equivalent energy immediately post-exercise, proteins consumed as part of a normal diet, outside of the immediate post-exercise period are sufficient for hypertrophic and strength gains.
Soy milk intake was not associated with serum concentrations of testosterone, free testosterone, androstanediol glucuronide, sex hormone-binding globulin, or luteinizing hormone. These results suggest that soy milk intake, as a marker of isoflavone intake, is not associated with serum sex hormone concentrations among free-living Western men.
Only three intervention studies reported hormonal effects of soy isoflavones in men. These recent studies in men consuming soyfoods or supplements containing 40–70 mg/d of soy isoflavones showed few effects on plasma hormones or semen quality. These data do not support concerns about effects on reproductive hormones and semen quality.
9/30/2007 10:49pm, #23Originally Posted by It is Fake
Just my 2 cents as a (hopefully not too pussified), non-extremist vegetarian.
9/30/2007 11:52pm, #24
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10/01/2007 3:30am, #25
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Rice milk tastes good and should be an alternative to soy milk. Although rice milk has almost no protein in it (1 gram per cup I think), but you are onlyusing it for taste so who cares.
Also, prepackaged chocolate soymilk is awesome.
10/01/2007 5:58am, #26Originally Posted by ironlurker
I asked for that didnt I?
Damn you.... :)