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2 ways to keep your manly hormones safe…
“Every breath you take, every move you make, I’ll be watching you…”
Do you remember that creepy song from the 1980s?
That song is always what comes to mind when I start reading about the plastics in the environment and what they’re doing to guys’ bodies.
It should go like this…
“Every bite you take, every food you bake, I’ll be de-manning you…”
I know that sounds extreme, but plastics that have estrogenic activity are everywhere in our environment.
We drink coffee from them, we eat from them, we pour beans out of them.
And then these estrogen-like compounds get into our bloodstream and affect our hormones.
It’s pretty bad stuff.
Testosterone levels have been dropping for years…
And I think it’s in large part due to the amount of EAs (chemicals that have estrogenic activity) in our environment.
Your body is much more sensitive to endocrine disruptors than it is to poisons…
Endocrine disruptors mess with your body’s natural ability to regulate its own hormones.
And when these disruptors are present all over the place in what you eat and drink, they can have a major effect on your body.
“Chemicals that mimic or antagonize the actions of naturally occurring estrogens are defined as having estrogenic activity (EA), which is the most common form of endocrine disruptor activity.”
Some of the effects of these endocrine disruptors in men include gaining weight easily and fertility issues due to reduced sperm counts…
…and problems with testicular and prostate cancers.
Increased estrogen-like substances in the environment also affect women negatively.
“In mammals, chemicals having estrogenic activity (EA) can produce many health-related problems, such as early puberty in females, reduced sperm counts, altered functions of reproductive organs, obesity, altered sex-specific behaviors, and increased rates of some breast, ovarian, testicular, and prostate cancers.”
These compounds are used extensively in plastics…
So they are pretty much everywhere.
Unfortunately, most plastics contain ingredients with estrogenic activity.
This is true even of the ones that are labeled “BPA-free”…
And it’s true of the ones that contain chemicals that initially test as EA-free.
“In the production of plastics, unless the selection of chemicals is carefully controlled, some of those chemicals will almost certainly have EA (estrogenic activity)…and even when using all materials that initially test EA-free, the stresses of manufacturing can change chemical structures or create chemical reactions to convert an EA-free chemical into one with EA.”
This is a big problem…
Consumers are often led to believe that plastics labeled BPA-free are safe.
But they’re not.
Nearly every plastic item on the market – from plastic wrap to coffee cups to plastic plates – contains EAs.
“Almost all commercially available plastic products we sampled – independent of the type of resin, product, or retail source – leached chemicals having reliably detectable EA, including those advertised as BPA-free. In some cases, BPA-free products released chemicals having more EA than did BPA-containing products.”
Avoiding the endocrine disruption caused by plastics.
I don’t know about you, but I’d rather give my body a chance to make its own hormones without interruption from outside forces.
Unfortunately, it’s almost impossible to eliminate plastics completely from our houses and from what we eat.
But there are things you can do that will have a major impact…
…if you want to avoid having your hormones messed up by plastics.
And here are a couple of them.
Number One: Never microwave in a plastic container.
When you microwave in plastic, it can release EAs right into your food.
If something comes in a plastic container, put it into a ceramic or glass container before you microwave it.
Then the endocrine disruptors in the plastic container can’t leach further into your food.
Number Two: Stop drinking out of plastic as much as possible.
This includes refillable plastic water bottles, soda bottles, and anything else that is plastic that you normally drink out of.
Especially avoid those foam hot coffee cups.
I use glass water bottles and I take my own coffee cups with me.
Yeah, it’s a bit of a nuisance. I have to drag them around and I have to wash them.
But I don’t want my testosterone screwed up by plastics…so it’s worth it.
It’s amazing to me that we know plastics contain these hormone-altering substances…
Yet we allow them to be everywhere in our environment.
I don’t see this changing anytime soon, so it’s up to you to make the change for yourself.
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