‘Are high levels of oestrogen in vegan foods creating Soy Boys?’

November 18, 2017

MOOD SWINGS: “Boys who are on infant formula when they were babies, boys who grew up and the bodies were developed on soy milk and other phytoestrogenic foods and young men and older men who get health conscious and start drinking a lot of shakes, soy energy bars and moods can be one of the side effect.” – author of The Whole Soy Truth Dr Kaayla Daniel.

AVOID SOY: They (scientists) produce soy to make more oestrogen for those types of women is a clear indicator to me that I don’t want to take it because I don’t want to be more womanly. My opinion is that is a bad idea, so do your own research.” Fitness instructor Elliot Hulse of The Strength Camp.

 

SOY BOYS: “Men with high oestrogen levels take on feminine traits – they find it harder to handle stress, they become less assertive, their voices become higher, their genitals shrink, they lose muscle tone and they lose hair. Men with high testosterone handle dramatic situations better; they don’t get scared by loud noises. Low testosterone is also linked to mood swings and depression.”  – Paul Joseph Watson of Prison Planet.

 

 

 

 

DOES unlimited amounts of soya and other vegan products consumed by men lead to decreased sperm counts and a decline in their virility?

This is the explosive claim that has been detonated under the current fad to change to vegan diets hash-tagged on social media that has captured the attention of thousands of young people across Dorset, Somerset and New Forest and encouraged some of them to jump on cyber bandwagons to attack the food industry locally, particularly the meat and dairy sector, without necessarily having much experience of the countryside.

According to figures shared by Prison Planet, 20 per cent of American parents are feeding their babies (girls or boys) Soy infant formula and cites research suggesting that this is the estrogenic equivalent of five birth control pills a day and says that no phytoestrogens have been detected in dairy-based infant formula. So what are the figures for use of these formulas, locally?

Phytoestrogens are organic compounds that mimic the female hormone oestrogen in the human body, thereby reducing testosterone and reducing the male sperm count.

Jorge Navarro, a research fellow at the Department of Nutrition in the Institute of Public Health at Harvard University suggests that men who had a half a serving of soy a day had, on average, 34 million fewer sperm a day that those who skipped it.

Bodybuilder Elliot Hulse of the Strength Camp expressed his concerns to clients who asked him about incorporating soy into their diets in a video that he has shared on-line.

Hulse recommends men and women pick up a book called The Whole Soy Truth by Kaayla Daniel, and in it Daniel talks about how soy is widely used across the Western World and how it has been marketed as a way of promoting good health.

Proponents of the soy bandwagon point to China, Japan and other far-eastern Cultures that use soy as a principal ingredient in their diets which combats heart disease, and have used it generations, so it must be good, right?

‘Soy is fermented before use in Far East’

Hulse says: “They don’t use soy the same way we (the West) uses it, they ferment it. This basically means they break up the gluten and gliadin, or the undigestible proteins, that are found in the soy grain. They’ve used that process for thousands of years to allow their bodies to allow, digest and assimilate – they don’t use here because it takes so long.

‘All soy used in West is GM’

“The way they have to produce to make so much soy and cheap is because it is genetically modified. Almost every bit of soy used in the West is genetically modified (GM). It is weird that you have to splice animal DNA with crops in order for it to work well with the particular pesticide.

“The fact that they use soy therapy for women’s menopause means that their femininity has sort of dropped, which means they don’t have enough oestrogen. They produce soy to make more oestrogen for those types of women is a clear indicator to me that I don’t want to take it because I don’t want to be more womanly. My opinion is that is a bad idea, so do your own research.”

‘Phytoestrogens cause havoc in men’

As for the author herself, Kayla Daniels says: “All of these soya beans contain bio-oestrogens and they are a form of oestrogenizing on the body. They create hormonal havoc and endocrinal destruction and who are most at risk? Boys who are on infant formula when they were babies, boys who grew up and the bodies were developed on soy milk and other phytoestrogenic foods and young men and older men who get health conscious and start drinking a lot of shakes, soy energy bars and moods can be one of the side effects.”

‘High levels of oestrogen is linked to depression’

Paul Joseph Watson added: “Men with high oestrogen levels take on feminine traits – they find it harder to handle stress, they become less assertive, their voices become higher, their genitals shrink, they lose muscle tone and they lose hair. Men with high testosterone handle dramatic situations better; they don’t get scared by loud noises. Low testosterone is also linked to mood swings and depression.”

  • THIS article is based on the work of Paul Joseph Watson of Prison Planet and Elliot Hulse and should be acknowledged as such. The full clip released on this information can be viewed here.

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Stuart Gauntlett November 30, 2017 at 6:00 pm

No, its mostly due Oestrogen being in the water since the introduction of the pill. Basically, female wee laced with birth control chemicals. This is old news. You can get proper tofu etc from Chinese shops. Anyway, all this birth control stuff eventually ends up in rivers, rain, the land and sea. It gets trapped in fat. There is a worrying trend of female Inuits becoming infertile because they eat whale blubber and so end up ingesting it along with mercury and all sorts. This holds true the fat in livestock too who eat the grass or vegetation grown for them that is watered by the rain. The agricultural industry is on the decline now, slowly but surely. I’m not vegan but I respect scientific facts and the accurate presentation of them. So, thought you might like a bit more info.

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Craig Stanley December 3, 2017 at 12:50 pm

Plant Estrogen is phytoestrogen so what a load of bollox this is. Dairy funded shite. It couldn’t possibly come from all the hormones in Cow’s milk and from all the hormones in meat could it??

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Henry Land December 3, 2017 at 12:51 pm

Perhaps you care to look into scientific facts.
https://nutritionfacts.org/topics/estrogen/

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Tracey Valentine December 3, 2017 at 12:52 pm

Unfounded propaganda, scare-mongering people. Shameful article.

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Admin December 3, 2017 at 12:55 pm

DCSW and the website is glad this is provoking debate but it is unashamedly supports the rural community and that includes those who do wildlife conservation, the farming sector and its supply chain. Without these people, the countryside doesn’t not look the way it is, that is fact, not fake news. The countryside didn’t come into being of its own accord, it has been done with careful stewardship and management and tourism ultimately benefits off the back of it. The replies on here are passionate on this subject, no doubt, but on the other side if a campaign is put on-line – when its targets (livestock farmers and their support industries) may not have the time or resources to reply or respond – you must expect some blowback. People say this is propaganda, well, you could say the same thing in changing people’s habits to plant-based diets without in some cases, practical experience of talking to the those in the countryside who live and work in it. Science is always open to scrutiny and can be used accordingly to suit one’s own objectives. Ultimately campaigns such as this put people’s lives and (small) businesses at risk, so perhaps that is something worth thinking about.

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