Why wouldn’t chemicals that act as endocrine disruptors result in poor endocrine (sexual) function? And that 10-fold increase in risk isn’t something to sneeze at. Smoking increases the risk for lung cancer by that much, although I know some still say smoking doesn’t cause lung cancer.
It makes sense to me that fat-soluble industrial chemicals would be found in higher quantities in the fatty tissue of livestock where they bioaccumulate. So, I was concerned about their findings on vegetables. I can see that non-animal products are, if not a non-contaminated food, at least a less-contaminated food.
Here's Dr. Greger discussing a study that found vegans have less industrial pollutants in their blood than omnivores: