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I think soy is good for you once you're mature, but probably bad for growing infants.

you cannot just eat high-T inducing foods.. you need to balance it out.
(09-23-2013 11:19 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]I think soy is good for you once you're mature, but probably bad for growing infants.

you cannot just eat high-T inducing foods.. you need to balance it out.

I agree to an extent. Fermented soy is actually very good for you. Soy beans and by products are full of anti nutrients, they are high in estrogen and toxins, they are shit as a food source


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The Truth About Non Fermented vs. Fermented Soy Protein

Fermented soy protein is beneficial for the body, and soy protein is obtained from soybeans. It refers to the protein used to replace animal proteins in our diet. Soybeans are cholesterol free and contain less saturated fat. Fermented soy protein has a number of benefits over non-fermented protein. Non-fermented protein can be harmful to the body.

Benefits of Fermented Soy Protein

Fermented soy protein helps in enhancing a person’s well being and prevents diseases. Fermented soy is good because the fermentation process removes the trypsin inhibitors, which hinder the absorption of nutritive compounds found on the coating of soy. Over the years, it has been observed that fermented soy products like natto, tempeh, miso, fermented soy milk and soy sauces have helped in reducing the hazards of cancer and improving nutritive bioavailability. Fermented soy protein also helps in promoting bone and heart health and reduces menopausal symptoms.

Do not confuse fermented soy protein with non-fermented soy like soymilk, tofu, soy nuts and soy protein isolates. These have anti-nutritive value due to their high phytic and oxalic acid levels. They can obstruct the absorption of crucial nutrients like calcium.

Soy Isoflavones

Isoflavones are also necessary for the body. They are plyphenolic compounds that exert estrogen-like effects. Soybeans are the richest sources of isoflavones in our daily diet. They are present as glycosides in soybeans. Soy isoflavone glycosides are also known as genistin, glycitin and daidzin.

Fermented Soy Foods

Fermented soy like tempeh can be added to pasta. It can be grilled too. Misso is a thick fermented soy protein used in soup stalks, pasta and vegetables. Natto fermented soy contains nattokinase, which is a good blood thinner. These fermented proteins are highly digestible and beneficial for the body, providing various nutritional benefits unlike the non fermented soybean.

Non-Fermented Soy Protein and Its Ill-Effects

Non-fermented soy proteins, although usually promoted as beneficial to the body, have negative effects. They contain goitrogens, a compound that slows down the function of thyroid in the body leading to thyroid cancer. Non-fermented soy contains phytic acid that obstructs the absorption of minerals like copper, iron, calcium and zinc in the intestinal tract.

Zinc is an important mineral essential for the development and functioning of the brain and nervous system. It is needed for a healthy reproductive system and prevention of diabetes. Soy contains a trypsin inhibitor that reduces the body’s ability to digest protein. Regularly feeding your family with non-fermented soy can depress their normal growth. Lima beans contain the trypsin inhibitory property.

Phyto- oestrogens causes infantile leukemia and breast cancer. Cancer patients should avoid soy-rich foods, as they can aggravate tumors. Excessive intake of non-fermented foods can be fatal, especially for children.

Fermented soy protein has proven to be useful as it inhibits cancer, osteoporosis and other cardiovascular diseases. Avoid non-fermented soy protein and consume fermented soy foods for a healthy body.


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soy is good for anti-aging and hair preservation. estrogen blocks that DHT. That is why a lot of Asians have great hair.



The population thing has nothing to do with testosterones. It has to do with Asians' clinging of the nuclear family in a relatively harmonious society. It is also Asian culture to have kids.... if you are a 30 year old female without kids everyone would shame you.
also I think I read before that Low T causes more aggression.. like you get angry at your test levels and go on an impotent rage.
(09-23-2013 11:48 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]also I think I read before that Low T causes more aggression.. like you get angry at your test levels and go on an impotent rage.

Ha ha

Low T is contributed to from many things, being overweight, men produce estrogen, this will make them "bitchy".




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(09-23-2013 11:48 AM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]also I think I read before that Low T causes more aggression.. like you get angry at your test levels and go on an impotent rage.

no rage is testosterone related.


HOWEVER COMPLAINING AND WHINING is estrogen induced. Like a lot of the complainers on this site.
Koreans tend to eat a lot of test inducing foods like garlic, peppers, onion, ginseng etc. and I believe their overall health is not as good as japanese/chinese adjusting for economics
(09-23-2013 12:00 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote: [ -> ]Koreans tend to eat a lot of test inducing foods like garlic, peppers, onion, ginseng etc. and I believe their overall health is not as good as japanese/chinese adjusting for economics

they are also the tiny peen capital of the world.... which explains their little man rage.
i doubt they are the smallest. that korean 3.5 inch shit is BS IMO.

other studies put Japan just as high as the US.

i think the racial diff. are probably more related to the outliers.. most races are probably around the same.
Who's hardest though?
Where does the penis fit into this conversation? Pardon the pun

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This is EY Let's talk cock.
Should change thread title to Chinese Culture, Movies, Music, Food and Cock.
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