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Soy is bad for your wang.


Originally Posted by LongusShlongus
They have a medieval mentality , like “if I say the dog as a soul , and you say it doesn’t then the dog only has half a soul”


That’s exactly the problem with a alot of Wiki’s content.

I still love you Wiki:)

Jelq my boy, jelq like the wind.

Originally Posted by Klayton

That’s exactly the problem with a alot of Wiki’s content.

I still love you Wiki:)

Do cats have souls?

I guess you have to take all information with a grain of salt. Who knows it may be disproved someday and then reproved, The effects of soy on the male body.

Speak softly carry a big dick, I'm mean stick!

I don’t know if I’m bought and sold on the theory that soy makes you gay, If this is the case what causes bisexuality.

Speak softly carry a big dick, I'm mean stick!

Originally Posted by kingpole
I don’t know if I’m bought and sold on the theory that soy makes you gay, If this is the case what causes bisexuality.

Enough soy, but not too much? ;)

Not that there’s anything wrong with that. :D

Originally Posted by ThunderSS

I think wiki would present both sides of the soul argument and not that half soul bullshit. It ain’t perfect but it is a hell of a lot better what we had before, which was practically nothing.

Ya. Wiki is the best first stop venue for information on any topic. Period.

I hold the fates bound fast in iron chains and with my hand turn fortune's wheel about... - Marlowe's Tamburlaine

This probably sounds like a dumb question, but if DHT does so many good things, like say give you a larger dick, does that mean you’re more likely to have a big dick if you’re bald.

I have a lot of DHT, started going bald at 16, sadly. I have studied hair loss a bit, but there was never a correlation to bigger penis size. I am a bit above average and I’m a small guy : 6.8 BPEL X 5.5 EG.

One more question, how many guys would have completely bald head for a ten inch monster?

It is a KNOWN fact that vegans have LOW testosterne levels and a HIGHER concentration of Sex-Hormone-Binding Globulin (SHBG)…es/part_two.htm

To raise your test levels eat LOTS of fish and throw in a JUICY steak now and then.

“So the consumption of meat raises T levels while a vegetarian diet lowers T levels. Another issue in regards to vegetarians could be that soy is often included as a source of protein on a vegetarian diet. But research shows that soy can lower T levels (Di Pasquale, p.44; see also my article Soy: Health Food or Food to Avoid?).

However, even the inclusion of dairy and eggs would not correct the problem. “Dutch research shows that athletes had higher testosterone levels when eating meat-based protein, compared with other sources, such as dairy and eggs” (Thorton, p.155). So even an ovo-lacto-vegetarian diet would not be good for T levels.

And this shows that it is not the fat and cholesterol in meat that raises T levels as these are found in dairy and eggs. It has something to do with meat itself. And it should be noted that “meat” is usually used in a general sense to refer to red meat, poultry, and fish. So it is not necessary to consume a diet high in saturated fat and cholesterol. A diet rich in healthy fats and lean meats would provide the T raising effects just as well as one high fatty meats and thus high in saturated fat and cholesterol.

Moreover, “… the omega-3s can provide an excellent hedge against worries about cholesterol. Blood pressure, clotting, immune response, insulin resistance, and triglyceride levels are all positively affected. Even in cases where dietary cholesterol is increased, omega-3s may aid in actually lowering cholesterol.” And, “… factors that can decrease the tendency of LDL [“bad” cholesterol] to oxidize (such as the use of monounsaturated and marine oils) can negate any harmful effects a higher-[saturated] fat diet may have on CVD [cardio-vascular disease]” (Di Pasquale, pp. 82, 91).

So even if more saturated fat and cholesterol are consumed, if the above recommendation to consume foods high in MUFAs and Omega-3s is followed, then possible negative effects would be negated. A copious consumption of veggies (as was recommended in Part One) would further help to negate any possible deleterious effects.

And with the inclusion of healthy fats and veggies, a meat-based, omnivore diet would be healthier than a vegetarian diet as it would enhance and optimize hormones, rather than having a deleterious effects on hormones like a vegetarian diet does.

It is for these reasons that Men’s Health magazine declared, “In fact, many of the classic dietary commandments-restrict your overall calories, eat a lot of roughage, avoid animal flesh-are a virtual recipe for lowering T.” And “Perhaps the ideal diet to drop your testosterone is high fiber and vegetarian-and the ideal way to raise it is the red-meat approach” (Thorton, p.154).

Another problem with a vegetarian diet is that it lowers IGF-1 levels (Di Pasquale, p.44). Vegetarian diets are also inevitably low in protein and usually high in carbs, which would lead to depressed GH levels.”

Last edited by thethickone : 04-08-2007 at . Reason: TYPOS

Here is an excerpt from a popular “anti-soy site” ( It sites facts from the United Soybean Board Site regarding just how big the soy industry is and what marketing contributions they demand of their lazy corporate farmers:
The program’s goal is to strengthen the position of soybeans in the marketplace and to maintain and expand domestic and foreign markets and uses for soybeans and soybean products. It is funded by a mandatory assessment of 0.5 of 1 percent of the net market price of soybeans. All producers marketing soybeans must pay the assessment. Assessments under this program total approximately $80 million annually and are used to fund promotional and informational campaigns and to conduct research with the objective of expanding and improving the use of soybeans and soybean products.

Of course there’s nothing wrong with research, but Soy Online Service think that the motivation for research should be the honest search for scientific truth (remember the good old days!). The vast majority of current USDA and industry funded soy research is obscenely slanted toward the benefits of soy. And, what do you know? Soy cures cancer! Little surprise soy consumption is up, the soy magnates are laughing all the way to the bank and the US economy also gets a nice little boost.

The US is the chief supplier of soy to foreign nations (and our own) and grows more soy than any other country. It is a mutibillion dollar a year industry and has been steadily growing since the mid 90’s. It is the perfect crop for the lazy farmer because it can grow in relatively poor soil, requires about 20 percent less irrigation, yields 4 to 5 times per year, is naturally resistant to many pests like the weevil (who are smart enough to avoid it), and it balances nitrogen in the soil more efficiently than most other legumes. Poor rural Chinese communities have grown this crop for thousands of years to prepare the soil for rice and consume as a last resort during famine (yet ignorant liberal American,vegan, yuppies (like myself before I got educated) pay top dollar for this paltry bean so they can stand proud as protectors of the livestock who ironically often die prematurely of thyroid failure because they are themselves fed massive quantities of the same magic bean). Asain cuisine stresses careful and meticulous preparation of soy to stifle it harmful effects. Processes such as fermentation, boiling, and pulverising or combined to break the potentially toxic bonds that exist naturally in the plant.

I could go on but the subject has been pretty thoroughly explored. Vegetarian and vegan diets are far more beneficial than the average American diet if closely monitored for protein deficiency, but soy should be avoided at all costs as a substitute. And yes soy can retard the normal development of genital organs (penis size), by spiking estrogen levels and crippling the thyroid which relays most of our hormones. Any Soy-nuts out there who think it’s all nonsense and scare tactics ask yourselves what kind of food and drug companies spend up-words of 80 million per year on promoting their product (MacDonalds, Pepsi, Kraft, Mars, Frito-Lay, Phillip Morris, Anheiser-Bush) then ask yourselves whether or not these companies are feeding you garbage.

Are the phytoestrogens in soybean oil?

I use Jergens naturally smooth lotion on my wang to prevent ingrown hairs on the shaft.

It contains “soy proteins”, could this hinder my gains?


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