The joys of soy: Erectile dysfunction, man boobs, and being a female dog


This is what happens after a soy christmas




Once upon a time a boy sat on soy’s lap for christmas…The boy asked soy

“Mr. Soy. For christimas I want to grow up to have my blood pressure lowered, my bones to grow big and strong and my testosterone rocking the highway so I can impress my girlfriend where it counts…Also I would like a girlfirend”.

Then soy replied to the boy

“Sonny, what you’ll get from me is no blood pressure benefits, your bones weakened to that of a baby, and a libido so low that your girlfriend will look elsewhere. You’ll also get lactating boobs and from this day forward you will now be called Betty. You don’t need to have a girlfriend because you will now be somebody else’s girlfriend”.

True story.


The china study one of the famous books to date that says one of the best replacements for animal proteins is soy proteins. Soy has been for years paraded with benefits to ones health. It has been reported that soy can help with weight loss, bone mass, lower blood pressure, help with testosterone and is good for athletes. There might be other benefits to soy but those have been easily the most touted benefits.


So should we have a diet rich in soy after all? Is soy the miracle it claims to be for years? Will ingesting it turn us to a superhuman bull man or a sex goddess?

Let’s find out!


The first best place to look at is with people who are training to induce that effect of hotness upon themselves, so let’s head to the gym! Let’s see what happens when 10 young he-men set forth in a battle with the squat rack!

In this scenario the he-men “completed 3 experimental treatment conditions supplementing with whey protein isolate (WPI), soy protein isolate (SPI), and maltodextrin placebo control for 14 days with participants ingesting 20 g of their assigned supplement each morning at approximately the same time each day. Following supplementation, subjects performed an acute heavy resistance exercise test consisting of 6 sets of 10 repetitions in the squat exercise at 80% of the subject’s one repetition maximum.” (1)

The results of their efforts?

“This investigation observed lower testosterone responses following supplementation with soy protein in addition to a positive blunted cortisol response with the use of whey protein at some recovery time points…Our main findings demonstrate that 14 days of supplementation with soy protein does appear to partially blunt serum testosterone. In addition, whey influences the response of cortisol following an acute bout of resistance exercise by blunting its increase during recovery” (1)

So not only does an animal protein source (whey is a dairy product for the vegans among you) actually help with the cortisol response but it shows that soy even decreases testosterone even when weight training!

So what about all the great benefits it has for Women during menopause then? Would soy help with their issues such as better blood pressure? What about Soy’s touted benefits of opening blood vessels (increasing nitric oxide), which is another important component for getting that pump in the gym to getting that pump in the bedroom?

“A randomized, double-blind, parallel, placebo-controlled 6-wk trial was conducted to assess the effects of daily supplementation with 80 mg soy hypocotyl isoflavones (in aglycone units) on nitric oxide metabolism and blood pressure in 24 menopausal women with 12 women per group…When compared with placebo and after control for pre-treatment values, soy isoflavone supplementation had no effect on arginine flux, citrulline flux, nitric oxide synthesis, blood pressure, forearm blood flow, or estimates of arterial stiffness.” (2)

What if the Women exercised? After-all women are different to men and menopausal women always get told to supplement with soy when following a exercise regime to lose weight.

“Exercise training can improve muscle tissue strength, function and quality in sedentary postmenopausal women. Isoflavones, irrespective of exercise, did not produce changes in these variables. From a clinical perspective, these results suggest that overweight women could reduce the risks of mobility impairments, even in the absence of weight loss, by following a sound exercise intervention that includes both resistance and aerobic training at a high intensity.” (3). The joys of soy supplementation!


Soy supplementation? This is the only thing you’ll be “gaining”


What about help with increasing bone mass? Nope sorry, no go. “results do not show a bone-sparing effect of extracted soy isoflavones”(8).

So not only does it not have any benefits for them but they are wasting their money in the belief that it will help them!

Want even more joys of soy supplementation when it comes to menopausal women? I bet you do! What about soy in regards to hot flashes?

“Phytoestrogen levels in blood and urine were correlated with the number of hot flushes and vaginal maturation indices in 104 postmenopausal women whose diets were supplemented with 60 g of soy powder daily for 3 months in a double-masked,  parallel, placebo-controlled trial. The effect of soy supplementation on menopausal symptoms in this study population was reported previously. RESULTS:Serum levels of genistin, daidzin, and equol were significantly higher in women after soy diet supplementation…It is possible that other types of yet unknown phytoestrogens or components in soy other than phytoestrogen influence hot flushes.” (4)

Soy helping with hot flashes? Hmmm. You decide.

Let’s get to the good stuff! What can soy do for you for christmas? Why did soy turn that child into a betty? And will it cause you to get man boobs, most commonly refferred to as moobs, or moobies, cause erectile dysfunction and turn you into a complete female dog (also known as bitch)?

Surely it won’t matter for someone young right? After all you can get away with pretty much almost anything when you are a teen to early twenties eh? Soy wouldn’t do a damned thing to those people!”

We present the case of a 19-y-old type 1 diabetic but otherwise healthy man with sudden onset of loss of libido and erectile dysfunction after the ingestion of large quantities of soy-based products in a vegan-style diet. Blood levels of free and total testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) were taken at the initial presentation for examination and continuously monitored up to 2 y after discontinuation of the vegan diet. Blood concentrations of free and total testosterone were initially decreased, whereas DHEA was increased. These parameters normalized within 1 y after cessation of the vegan diet. Normalization of testosterone and DHEA levels was paralleled by a constant improvement of symptoms; full sexual function was regained 1 y after cessation of the vegan diet.” (7).


Behold! The effect of what a vegan soy rich diet will do to you!

A 19 year old kid with no sexual desire? Imagine that! The best years of your prime where you are supposed to be a sex-crazed maniac can’t even be had! If a 19 year old kid can’t even preform sexually with his girlfriend just imagine what the fudge it would do to you at later stages from years upon years of consumption? Maybe your dick would fall off?

How about the asian countries being so resilient with their health?

In Japan, and other asian countries, but for the sake of this example we’ll use Japan, home of the tentacle raping and bukakke porn, they are widely known for their intake of soy consumption. While porn is a big thing to blame for the men in Japan not being able to get down and dirty with their girlfriends, and while there is evidence that they tend to have a hard time reproducing, apparently it is touted in the china study that soy is the reason for their well-being and not ill-health. This appears to be debunked because in one study it is said “The data suggest that soy product intake may be associated with the endogenous hormone levels in Japanese men.” (5). 

I heard somewhere that if the Japanese wifey came to know or hear a rumour that their spouse was cheating on them they would gladly cook for them…and slip in as much soy as possible to make them be more faithful (for the Japanese among you here, could you possibly tell me if this is actually true or not?)…It’s too bad that the catholic pope didn’t consume soy huh? Instead he consumed red wine…and wine is known to help increase testosterone when taken moderately.




So does soy cause the moobies?

Let’s look at what happens to a man who has a massive consumption of soy milk, a milk that many think is a fine choice.

“A 60-year-old man was referred to the endocrinology clinic for evaluation of bilateral gynecomastia of 6 months’ duration. He reported erectile dysfunction and decreased libido. On further review of systems, he reported no changes in testicular size, no history of testicular trauma, no sexually transmitted diseases, no headaches, no visual changes, and no change in muscular mass or strength. Initial laboratory assessment showed estrone and estradiol concentrations to be 4-fold increased above the upper limit of the reference range…the patient was interviewed again, and he described a daily intake of 3 quarts of soy milk. After he discontinued drinking soy milk, his breast tenderness resolved and his estradiol concentration slowly returned to normal.” (6)


4 TIMES NORMAL RANGE? and BREAST TENDERNESS? Wow. All from just soy milk huh? Imagine what that’ll do for you if you consumed nothing BUT soy? I don’t know about you but I prefer to have a sex slave forever and not squirt milk out of my nipples when I titty dance my pectorials in front of the mirror in the morning to rocky music.

Be aware! Soy is mostly used as filler and soy raises estrogen levels (9). It is in almost all processed foods so stick to having natural foods and ALWAYS look at the ingredients before buying!

High estrogen levels for females and men can raise an abundance of problems and health issues. And as it has been repeated to the death by now, as an example men can expect to experience libido issues and that means erectile dysfunction (7)!

I certainly for one like to have a working Lo Wang, todger…whatever you want to call it. How about you?


Here, I just summarily dispatched someone who recommended me soy for my bull-like physique

In all seriousness, if you do care for your health you’ll do well to be aware of this ingredient. Next time a Doctor, nutrition specialist, vegan, or some dumbass says soy is a miracle super-food that will take you to infinity and beyond, feel free to dislocate his jaw….and as an alternative, if you hate someone, you could, yknw, get them a soy lattee.


That’s right, drink up, you fudger.




Ceps Weston Domingo is a personal trainer and nutritional consultant, and best selling author of the 30 day paleo weight loss plan and 30 day paleo slow cooker recipe cookbook.


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