No, it does not. There has been evidence which indicated men consuming lots of soy had lower sperm concentration which is different to sperm count Chavarro et al. Soy food and isoflavone intake in relation to semen quality parameters among men from an infertility clinic Hum. However it is important to note that the men in this particular study were recruited from fertility clinics, so they were already suffering from infertility. This does not mean that soy was the cause of their problem, and the strongest associations were found in men who were obese or overweight.
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Vegetarians have much lower sperm counts
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I have been doing some research into soy protein and its negative hormonal influence on men raising estrogen levels, reducing sperm count, etc. Yes, I know soy can help the prostate, but that pales in comparison to the negatives in my opinion. Please tell me which common foods less than obviously contain soy. Soy protein is from soybeans. Chickpeas are not soybeans so they do not contain soy.
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Although there are reported benefits of vegetarianism and veganism — protection against illness and longer life — the no meat lifestyle could be damaging to male fertility. Loma Linda University Medical School completed a four year study on how diet affects sperm, and the results were unexpected. Vegetarian men have about 20 million sperm per ml and less motility than their meat-eating counterparts.