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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Er...yes, I do Mizz Pink, I think you missed a post.
    I miss a lot of things! *walks around pantless* Anyone feel a draft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    I hope it doesn't do anything to men's systems. Even a tiny bit of estrogenic endocrine disruptor can cause some severe problems in guys. Me and the GF drink Silk soymilk at home all the time. I don't even buy regular milk anymore.

    I used to work with estrogen, too. Let me tell you, it's nerve-wracking for a guy when you're weighing out a few milligrams of 99.9% pure estrogen, to make a 1:2000 dilution. The stuff is really fluffy, and the slightest breath will blow it all over the place. I did NOT want that stuff anywhere near my mouth or skin.
    Oh my word, this is too wonderfully interesting!! SJ Guardhouse is on fiiiyaaa!!

    Why did you work with eostrogen? What are you? Is it for real estrogen out of someone's body? Why couldn't it touch you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    I miss a lot of things! *walks around pantless* Anyone feel a draft?
    A walker for your birthday?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rhinosaur View Post
    I hope it doesn't do anything to men's systems. Even a tiny bit of estrogenic endocrine disruptor can cause some severe problems in guys. Me and the GF drink Silk soymilk at home all the time. I don't even buy regular milk anymore.
    I have found that chasing bunnies, catching them in ones bare hands, and immediately consuming them, increases testosterone levels enough to counteract the estrogen in soy milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Oh my word, this is too wonderfully interesting!! SJ Guardhouse is on fiiiyaaa!!

    Why did you work with eostrogen? What are you? Is it for real estrogen out of someone's body? Why couldn't it touch you!
    I am a chemist, and for a while was trying to measure the levels of endocrine disruptors (like estrogen) in local rivers and streams. The estrogenic compounds I had to weigh were for making standards. If I remember correctly, these kinds of chemicals are not currently targeted by wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), and so are being released into the environment. My job was to determine what kinds of levels were present below several of the local WWTPs. Too much environmental endocrine disruptors can cause problems in animals' reproductive cycles.

    Here is a good page describing the adverse effects of a man having too much estrogen: Google Answers: estrogen
    Basically, it can cause all kinds of problems. That's why I'm interested in learning more about this soy milk - estrogen relationship. No estrogen for me, thank you! Furthermore, the amount it takes to be biologically active is tiny. Just a fraction of a milligram in your drinking water (or mouth) can cause some pretty severe problems.

    high levels of estrogen can cause reduced
    levels of testosterone, fatigue, loss of muscle tone, increased body
    fat, loss of libido and sexual function and an enlarged prostate.

    Other problems associated with excessive levels of estrogen include

    (1) The shut down of normal testicular production of testosterone.
    Excess estrogen can saturate testosterone receptors in the
    hypothalamus in the brain therefore reducing the signal sent to the
    pituitary gland. This in turn reduces the secretion of luteinizing
    hormone, which is necessary for the gonads to produce testosterone.

    (2) Increasing the body's production of sex hormone-binding globulin
    (SHBG). SHBG binds testosterone therefore reducing the amount of the
    clinical important free testosterone in the blood available to cell
    receptor sites.

    (3) A reduced effectiveness of the testosterone replacement therapy
    due to excess aromatization of testosterone medications to estrogen.

    (4) Long-term health risks including an increased risk of diabetes,
    heart disease, and some cancers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I have found that chasing bunnies, catching them in ones bare hands, and immediately consuming them, increases testosterone levels enough to counteract the estrogen in soy milk.
    It works even better with alligators.

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    I like the natura vanilla soymilk a lot. I drink it on it's own or in non-sweet cereals.

    I imagine it's probably the same as most things, it's good in moderation, probably bad if you drink it by the bucketload.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I have found that chasing bunnies, catching them in ones bare hands, and immediately consuming them, increases testosterone levels enough to counteract the estrogen in soy milk.
    hahaha I'll have to try this sometime. I occasionally see cottontails hopping around certain places in the city at dusk. My avatar would take on new meaning.

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    Rhinosaur don't want no boobies!

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    But I was so looking forward to groping Rhinosaur!
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