Okay, I’ve got a question for you regarding the article you wrote on the evils of soy. You mentioned that one of the isoflavones found in soy protein could interfere with your body’s ability to use 4-AD.
Here’s the issue, my brother is about to start a Mag-10 cycle. He is allergic to milk and dairy and thus cannot find any sort of protein suppliment that he can use, with the exception of soy.
Generally he doesn’t use the stuff but gets his protein from animal sources. However for the cycle of Mag-10 he’s supposed to consume 400g of protein per day.
His original plan was to consume 300g through food and the other 100g through a soy suppliment. He’s been killing himself trying to get enough food in and his break schedule at work limits how often he can eat.
My question is this:
Will taking the soy protein adversely affect the effectiveness of the Mag-10?
If so which would be better, taking the soy to get the 400g of protein or living on 300g of protein?
ps. I suppose I should mention that he’s got an LBM of approximately 160 lbs.