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Thursday, September 29, 2011

Soy and Reproductive Organs in Infants

Posted by Chantel M. Contributed by US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health

Although it is a very controversial subject, according to the study of "Ultrasonographic patterns of reproductive organs in infants fed soy formula: comparisons to infants fed breast milk and milk formula" by Gilchrist JM, Moore MB, Andres A, Estroff JA, Badger TM., posted in US National Library of Medicine National Institutes of Health, researchers filed the result that There were no significant feeding group effects in anthropometric or body composition. Among girls, there were no feeding group differences in breast bud or uterine volume. MF infants had greater (P < .05) mean ovarian volume and greater (P < .01) numbers of ovarian cysts per ovary than did BF infants. Among boys, there were no feeding group differences in prostate or breast bud volumes. Mean testicular volume did not differ between SF and MF boys, but both formula-fed groups had lower volumes than BF infants, and concluded that Our data do not support major diet-related differences in reproductive organ size as measured by ultrasound in infants at age 4 months, although there is some evidence that ovarian development may be advanced in MF-fed infants and that testicular development may be slower in both MF and SF infants as compared with BF. There was no evidence that feeding SF exerts any estrogenic effects on reproductive organs studied.

3 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this information. I'm starting to hear a lot of negative information about soy (which was once recommended as a super food), so I am getting nervous; especially when it comes to the children. I did BF, but gave our baby Toddler soy formula to supplement the transition from BF to milk (he appeared to be lactose intolerant) prior to our going organic. I don't see any different in him and his older siblings at this age, though am afraid that there will be negative effects later.

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    2. I have never look at soy under the controversy of pharmaceutical companies or soy industry but to the culture of Southeast Asian as women in those places have less menstrual and menopausal and post menopausal symptoms because they eat a lot of soy foods and vegetables

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