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Subject: [prj] FYI Soy..kills testicular cells




SOY, HOMOSEXUALITY, AND SEXUAL IDENTITY DISORDER

"THE DEBATE"

Are the effects of the use of soy in our food industry causing humans to
have sexual problems to include sexual identity disorder, homosexuality,
sexual dysfunctions and physical deformities to the human reproductive
system? testosterone level continue to fall in men, yet young girls are
going into puberty as young as 6 to 8 years old.  Boys seem to be feminized,
while girls are being super sexed. why is it that the governments and their
agencies, corporate food producers, and pharmaceutical companies ignoring
the data? Is there an agenda? What agenda would that be? Is it all about
money? Control? Or population control?


Soy: The Poison Seed
By: William Wong N.D., Ph.D., and Member World Sports Medicine Hall of Fame

This piece will be short and very much to the point. As Americas largest
cash crop soy is being touted as having a myriad of health benefits. Far
from! Soy is poison, period! All paid for opinion to the contrary.

What's bad about soy?

Contains Isoflavones (Genistein and Daidzein). In soy the isoflavones are
built in insecticides. If they kill bugs are they good for humans?

Isoflavones are estrogen like substances which have the same effect as the
bodies estrogen. Cancer comes from having too much estrogen. Irritability
and mood swings, fat gain from the waist down, fibrocystic breast disease
uterine fibromas are all associated with estrogen dominance. Instead of
helping prevent the bad effects of environmental or natural estrogen
dominance soy isoflavones are now known to increase the bad effect of
estradiol and estrone the two major bad guys of the estrogen family.
(1,2,3).

Kills testicular tissue. In men it permanently reduces testicular function
and lowers Lutinizing Hormone production. LH is what signals your testicles
to work. This increases the probability of estrogen dominance in men with
its hair loss, swollen and cancerous prostates. (4,5). Male children fed soy
formulas and soy products may not ever get to like girls. Dorris Rapp MD,
the worlds leading pediatric allergist, asserts that environmental and food
estrogens are responsible for the increase in male homosexuality and the
worldwide reduction in male fertility. (6).

Isoflavones decrease thyroid hormone production. This can stunt children's
growth and make the rest of us tired and fat. (7,8,9).

Female children fed the estrogens in soy formula and products hit puberty
very very early sometimes as young as age 6 to 8! (10).

Pregnant women eating soy products may effect the sexual differentiation of
their children. Studies show malformations of the reproductive tract or
offspring born with both male and female sexual organs. (11).

Isoflavones decrease GOOD cholesterol (HDL). (12,13).

Soy contains Phytin, which takes essential minerals such as iron, zinc,
magnesium etc. out of the body before they can be absorbed. Also soy
contains Trypsin inhibitors block this vital anti cancer enzyme, anti
fibrosis enzyme. (14).

A 7000 man 30 year epidemiological study done in Hawaii shows soy is
connected with a higher rate of Vascular Dementia (Alzheimer's disease).
(15,16).

Any opinions to contradict the facts noted above have been paid for by the
Agribusiness giants Monsanto and Archer Daniels Midland. Once public
knowledge of their manipulation of public opinion and of the FDA becomes
widely known, expect monster class action lawsuits against these folks.
They'll deserve it in spades!

Be well and God bless,

Dr. William Wong

References:

   1. Casanova, M., et al.; Developmental effects of dietary phytoestrogens
in Sprague -Dawley rats and interactions of genistein and daidzein with rat
estrogen receptors alpha and beta in vitro. Toxicol Sci 1999, Oct.; 51 (2):
236-44.
   2. Santell, L., et al.: Dietary genistein exerts estrogenic effects upon
the uterus, mammary gland and the hypothalamic / pituitary axis in rats. J.
Nutr 1997 Feb.;127 (2): 263-9.
   3. Harrison, R.M., et al.; Effect of genistein on steroid hormone
production in the pregnant rhesus monkey. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 1999 Oct.;
222(1): 78-84.
   4. Nagata, C., et al.; Inverse association of soy product intake with
serum androgen and estrogen in Japanese men. Nut Cancer 2000; 36(1): 14-8.
   5. Zhong, et al.; Effects of dietary supplement of soy protein isolate
and low fat diet on prostate cancer. FASEB J 2000; 14(4): a531.11.
   6. Rapp, Dorris J., Is This Your Child's World. Bantam Books 1996. Page
501.
   7. Divi, R. L., Chang, H.C. and Doerge, D.R.; Identification,
characterization and mechanisms of anti-thyroid activity of isoflavones from
soybeans. Biochem Pharmacol 54:1087-1096, 1997.
   8. Fort, P., Moses, N., Fasano, M. Goldberg, T. and Lifshitz, F.; Breast
and soy formula feedings in early infancy and the prevalence of autoimmune
disease in children. J Am Coll Nutr 9:164-165, 1990.
   9. Setchell, K. D. R., Zimmer-Nechemias, L., Cai, J. and Heubi, J.E.;
Exposure of infants to phytoestrogens from soy based infant formula. Lancet
350:23-27, 1997.
  10. Irvine, C.H.G., Fitzpatrick, M.G. and Alexander, S.L.; Phytoestrogens
in soy based infant foods: Concentrations, daily intake and possible
biological effects. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 217:247-253, 1998.
  11. Levy, J.R., Faber, F.A., Ayyash, L. and Hughes, C.L.; The effect of
prenatal exposure to phytoestrogens genistein on sexual differentiation in
rats. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 208:60-66, 1995.
  12. Ashton, E., Ball, M.; Effects of soy as tofu vs. meat on lipoprotein
concentrations. Eur J Clin Nutr 200 Jan; 54(1):14-9.
  13. Madani, S., et al.: Dietary protein level and origin (casein and
highly purified soybean protein)
      affect hepatic storage, plasma lipid transport, and antioxidative
defense status in the rat. Nutrition 2000 May;16(5):368-375.
  14. Leiner, I.; The Intraperiotoneal toxicity of concentrations of the
soybean trypsin inhibitor. J Biol Chem 193:183 (1951).
  15. White, L., Petrovitch, H., Ross, G.W. and Masaki, K.H.: Association of
mid life consumption of tofu with late life cognitive impairment and
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E.L., Rodriguez, B.L., Blanchette, P.L., Havlik, R.J., Wergowske, G., Chiu,
D., Foley, D.J., Murdaugh, C. and Curb, J.D.; Prevalence of dementia in
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