Soy milk does, well it has phytoestogens which have the same effect on the body as estrogen does.If your a woman and you drink too much soy milk it can have an effect on your menstrual cycle. Soy milk does, well it has phytoestogens which have the same effect on the body as estrogen does.If your a woman and you drink too much soy milk it can have an effect on your menstrual cycle. Soy milk does, well it has phytoestogens which have the same effect on the body as estrogen does.If your a woman and you drink too much soy milk it can have an effect on your menstrual cycle.
I believe that you are referring to the Soy milk named Silk? In women with breast cancer or in remission of breast cancer, it has been shown that ANY Soy product should be avoided. Most breast cancers are Estrogen nourished and Soy products stimulate Estrogen production in the body. Any Soy product should be avioded .
To quote from dietaryfiberfood: By comparison Soy beans contain 103920 micro-grams of estrogen per 100g of soy beans. So Mung Beans contain less than 0.5% the estrogen than soy beans contain. Very little.
soy milk.Dont try silk soy milk its gross
The company, Silk, does not recommend freezing Soy Milk. You may freeze it, but when defrosting it separates unequally.
Yes. If it is good for women, it has to be good for men. Why not?Answer:Soy milk and other soy products contain compounds which may mimic female hormones (estrogen) which can change male hormone levels leading to impacts such as gynecomastia.
I believe that soy milk is a beverage that should not be consumed in large quantities by women who are trying to get pregnant as soy can affect ovulation and increase miscarriages. It is healthier for women in menopause and should not be consumed by women who have estrogen dominance or are susceptible to estrogen.
who cares, U? Let's see. Soy milk contains estrogen type substance that has the same effect as estrogen. And if you've seen movies like John Tucker Must Die or the Longest Yard, you know that estrogen isen't really good for guys. Try almond milk.
No, soy does not contain wheat. Soy products are made from soy beans which are not wheat products. Soy foods often include soy milk and soy sausage or bacon.
No vegetal product contains estrogen, which is an animal female sex hormone.Related Information:They can contain compounds that are similar to human estrogen or affect estrogenic activity.Soybeans contain glycitein and daidzein, which are types of phytoestrogens (called isoflavones) that seem to have little effect on humans. However, its effects on infants (from soy-based infant formula milk) have not been widely studied, and never in long term studies. In both cases, there is some controversy regarding the effects of soy milk, beneficial or not. Soy milk in particular may affect the menstrual cycle.These phytoestrogens are still present in soy milk and tofu, but less so in fermented soy products such as miso.In addition, soy products often contain exogenous estrogens (called xenoestrogens) that come from the chemical herbicides and pesticides widely used in cultivation. These xenoestrogens seem to be far more potent on human health than the natural phytoestrogens found in plants.
There are soy based substitutes for dairy products, such as soy milk and soy ice cream. If you are interested in soy milk, allow me to recommend the Silk brand; that is the tastiest.
Unless you're lactose intolerant, I wouldn't advise substituting anything for Soy milk. Soy is not only and incomplete protein, it also promotes estrogen production.
No, drinks like Silk, and such are a milk like substance that is sweetened to be more like milk, and is produced somehow from soy beans...
Soy milk contains many thing but citric acid is not one of them.
Soy milk of any kind or brand is dangerous to infants. You can purchase soy-based baby formula, which contains all the nutrients the infant needs, but not feed pure soy milk.
I know soy beAns and soymilk do.... But that's all I know.:)
Soy, Carrot juice, apple,dates.........
Yes it provides all the calcium of Lactose milk... i prefer Silk
No. It has more of a nut flavor to it.
A single serving of Silk soy milk original (240ml/8oz) contains: 90 calories 3.5 gram of fat 8 gram of carbs 6 gram of protein Silk soya milk also comes in light, vanilla and chocolate.
Yes, soy milk is good mainly for teenage girls because it helps the body produce more estrogen. Teenage boys can have soy milk as well and it will not create any feminine touches like breast, so, to answer your question, yes soy milk is good for teenagers, and adults too.
All the brands I have seen are lactose free.
There are countless recipes for white bread, some of which may contain soy milk, soy oil, soy lecithin or other soy products.
Yes it is. http://www.silksoymilk.com/content/faq
Soy Milk is a great Soy product to include in one's diet. Soy Milk is believed by many to be healthier than Cow's milk. Also there are many wonderful meat alternatives such as Morningstar Farms Sausage Links, which contain Soy.