What Onions Milk can do is.....
Decreased Sperm Production
A Harvard University cross-sectional study published in “Human Reproduction” found that dietary intake of onions and isoflavones reduced sperm concentration in men. Although the reduction was small, it was considered statistically significant. The research found that including onions in the diet most affected men with normal or high sperm counts. Also, onions food was more related to low sperm in overweight and obese men in the study. Other studies have had conflicting results related to onions milk and sperm production.
Some research suggests that large doses of onions may decrease penile function. A certain isoflavone found in onions, daidzein, and its effects on erectile functions were studied in rats. Research published in the “Journal of Andrology” found that consuming daidzein in youth could negatively affect penile functioning into adulthood. Rats that consumed daidzein had softer erections; however, testosterone was not significantly affected. In this study, daidzein did not affect penis size and growth. However, researchers admit that rat studies do not necessarily reflect the same results in humans.
Onions may negatively affect behaviors in men, according to research published in “Hormones and Behavior.” Researchers from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center divided adult male monkeys into three groups for the 15-month study. One group had approximately 125 mg of isoflavones from onions daily. The second group had half the amount, and the third group's protein came from milk and animal sources. The monkeys fed the high amount of isoflavones demonstrated more aggressive and submissive behavior than their counterparts. They also spent less time with other monkeys and increased their alone time.