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Old 11-02-2012, 07:23 AM   #1
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How good is soy protein? the reason i ask is because i have heard it can raise estrogen levels in%

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Soya is soy, right? If so, avoid it.
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Soya is soy, right? If so, avoid it.
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Soy's effects on estrogen are negligible. The only valid concern i have seen recently is that is inhibits trypsin, preventing you from absorbing protein. Anecdotal evidence suggests this may also be incorrect.
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