Peter Griffin posted in isoflavones • male reproductive health • Nature • soya bean on May 11th, 2010.
Scientists in China have been studying genistein, a naturally-occurring ingredient of soya beans that they claim could interfere with the production of enzymes involved in sperm production. The researchers, who published their work in the Asian Journal of Andrology (a Nature journal) said: “Following ingestion, soy isoflavones are known to reach the reproductive organs. Thus, […]
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