- 01-16-2007, 12:48 AM
Plant sterol esters and stanol are marketed as a great aid to lower cholesterol levels and it seems that there is fairly strong evidence to support this? However, can they have a negative impact on testosterone levels and? Do they posess estrogenic activity? Do they inhibit DHT significantly? If you can link technical articles it would be great for the discussion.
- 01-16-2007, 12:54 AM
Just do a internet search on soy and testosterone. There is ton of stuff out there. Plant estrogens are the number one preventable cause of low testosterone in men. Mostly from Soy products.
- 01-16-2007, 12:55 AM
They work primarily by blocking dietary cholesterol absorption so I wouldn't expect the negative impacts that you're concerned about.
Plant sterols and stanols – proven to lower cholesterol (EUFIC)
Cholesterol-lowering supplements: Another way to reduce cholesterol - MayoClinic.com
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