do you really think you're the first person who's ever "debunked" soy raising estrogen levels? it's basic science. phytoestrogens have estrogenic effects. it's why they're called phytoestrogens. soy is very high in them, especially in some processed forms. it would be very easy for me to create a diet study where I cherry picked candidates and controlled conditions to get whatever result I wanted, it's why most diet studies are complete BS and unreliable. they track one factor and leave out everything else. for example, there's plenty of known ways to lower estrogen and raise test, if I wanted to create a study where I showed soy had little effect on estrogen levels, I would find athletes with naturally high testosterone who work out regularly and eat a lot of red meat, I would then make them eat tofu as well which actually has less phytoestrogens than something like soy protein isolate or the soy meal that is fed to animals, at the end of the study their estrogen levels would barely change and I would have "scientific evidence" that soy doesn't change estrogen levels. 99.9% of diet related studies are dumb and pseudoscience for these reasons.