It is also important to remember that there are many things in the environment which we are exposed to on a daily basis which may have an affect on fertility. More importantly, as NEJM Journal Watch notes, soy consumption was not associated with changes in total sperm count, ejaculate volume, sperm motility, or sperm morphology. Nevertheless, there has been also overexaggerated dangers of soy's ability to "disrupt hormones" for women as well, generally coming from pro- nature woopro-" organic ", and " anti-GMO " pro-supplements sites, which generally don't have a good track record on science. However, soy is native to the continent of Asia and has been consumed for many millennia by its inhabitants as a staple in their diets without detriment to health. But wait
So when a soy producer asked Strom to study the issue several years ago, he started gathering medical data on hundreds of people now in their teens and 20s who were fed soy formula as babies.
Clin Sci Lond 6: Soy has been consumed for thousands of years by billions of people. Retrieved August 3,
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