Beware this poison that’s lowering men’s testosterone

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You’ve probably already been exposed to it once or twice today

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Beware this poison that’s lowering men’s testosterone

It’s easy to avoid obvious poisons like laundry bleach or mushrooms from your backyard.

Those kinds of poisons are EASY to recognize and EASY to stay away from.

The problem is that not all poisons are obvious.

Some poisons cause health problems over the long term (fluoride is like this) and we don’t know they are hurting us

And other poisons actually ALTER your genetic code in ways that you can pass from generation to generation.

These types of poisons are much harder to study and find out how they affect the body.

Scientists are JUST beginning to understand how these kinds of environmental exposures work…

…and what they’re finding is downright scary.

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Plastics cause real problems in our hormone (endocrine) systems

That’s because plastics contain endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).

The most commonly known endocrine disrupting chemical is called BPA, but there are other EDCs in plastic as well.

Endocrine disrupting chemicals are chemicals or mixtures of chemicals that interfere with the way the body’s hormones work.

BPA is found in all kinds of plastics.

Even some plastics that are rated as being “BPA” free contain BPA!

In fact, it’s so common that it’s already found in the blood and/or urine of almost all humans.

You are probably carrying BPA in your blood right now!

BPA is a common EDC used in plastics and food storage material, and it is already present in most humans’ urine or blood.

The evidence for what BPA does to the body isn’t good. It can cause neurobehavioral issues and is linked to autism. It can also be linked to learning problems and anxiety.

Animal studies have linked BPA to anxiety, aggression, and poor learning and social interactions. Studies of human populations report associations between BPA and neurobehavioral issues like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and autism.

And what’s even worse is that these health effects are transgenerational or passed down from generation to generation.

This means that they don’t only affect the person being directly poisoned by the BPA…

…but also their children and grandchildren!

“To put this in human terms, if your great grandmother was exposed to BPA during her pregnancy and none of your other relatives ever came into contact with BPA, your brain would still show these effects.

In mice, BPA exposure CAUSED autism-like symptoms in the grandchildren of those exposed.

In this mouse study, researchers tested mice descended from those exposed to BPA for social recognition and found that they showed a social behavioral deficient like autistic behavior. Mice whose great grandmothers were exposed to BPA during pregnancy were more active and took longer to habituate to strangers than other mice. More strikingly, they didn’t explore the new mice that were introduced to the group. Mice are very social and curious, so this is an exciting finding.

It’s crazy to think that something like plastic could cause problems that are so long lasting.

I wonder if this effect is why it seems like ADD and autism rates are rising dramatically?

It seems likely to me.

How to protect yourself

Unfortunately, BPA containing plastics are deeply integrated into our everyday environments.

They are in food containers and all kinds of other storage containers.

It’s hard to get rid of them completely.

Your best bet is to use as little plastic as possible and to use glass containers instead.

Don’t drink out of plastic water bottles and NEVER microwave in plastic.

Microwaving makes the chemicals from the plastic leach out into your food.

When you microwave plastic you’re actually consuming even MORE BPAs and other endocrine disrupting chemicals.

As you replace your plastic with glass, you’ll get less exposure to BPA and other endocrine disrupting chemicals.

You may not be able to limit ALL exposure, but it’s important to eliminate what you can.

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This one bathroom habit is killing men’s natural testosterone

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Almost every guy does it.

And it seems safe. It seems hygienic.

But in reality, this simple bathroom habit is exposing men to dangerous toxins that slip in the bloodstream and travel down to the testicles…

They seep into the testicles and shrink the Leydig cells that create testosterone.

And this leads to low T, which brings on all kinds of unwanted health problems…

…like heart disease, belly fat, “rockiness problems, even prostate cancer.

But this cheap little powder I’ve discovered — it acts like a shield against these toxins.

Just a pinch will go into your bloodstream, and naturally defend your cells and organs from the toxins.

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Here’s the cheap little powder you need to protect your testosterone levels from this one bad bathroom habit…


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.