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Going this long without meals lowers men’s T by 98%

Low testosterone causes sexual problems, belly fat, muscle loss, and almost every other common health problem you can imagine in men.

And although we know how dangerous low testosterone can be – the problem keeps getting worse.

We know that environmental plastics, dietary habits and lifestyle factors can play a huge role in testosterone levels.

But more and more these days, we are seeing men who are supposedly doing the right thing with unexplainably low T.

Even lean, muscular guys who get “the right amount of calories” and follow all the latest health advice can end up with almost no T.

A recent animal study shows that it may be one of these new “health” trends which could be a cause of low testosterone.

The study found that just 4 days of fasting reduced testosterone levels by 98%!

Fasting had a severe detrimental effect on other important hormones too.

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The animal experiments were carried out at Rakuno Gakuen University, Hokkaido in Japan. The findings were published in the journal Steroids.

In men, the testicles are one of the most important points of hormone creation.

Testosterone is made in the testes…

But we know that stress hormones can suppress the production of hormones in the testicles.

“Testicular steroidogenesis is depressed by adrenal-secreted corticosterone under stress.”

Fasting is a very basic form of stress.

So these researchers wanted to see whether fasting could reduce testicular hormone production.

In animals, the primary stress hormone is called corticosterone – it is the human equivalent of cortisol.

But these 2 hormones are triggered by something called ACTH.

The study found that 4 days of fasting did not increase blood corticosterone – but it did increase blood ACTH.

The researchers did however find an increase in corticosterone in the testicles of the animals.

“Blood corticosterone was not changed in rats that fasted for 96 hours but corticosterone increased more than 3 times in the testes.

The researchers found that after 4 days of fasting, the amount of testosterone in the testicles was reduced by 95%!

“Fasting reduced testicular testosterone to 5% of control levels.”

Unbelievably, testosterone in the blood was reduced even further.

Blood testosterone was reduced by 98% over 4 days of fasting.

“Fasting reduced blood testosterone to 2% of control levels.”

Fasting is a primary type of stress – and all types of prolonged stress reduce testosterone.

It is very likely that the modern trend of fasting “for health” is causing low testosterone in some men.

The researchers also found a significant impact on other hormones.

Fasting altered enzymes which convert one hormone into another.

These hormonal effects were particularly significant in the case of progesterone

An anti-inflammatory hormone which counteracts the feminizing and inflammatory effects of estrogen.

You may look leaner after a few days of fasting, because you lose a lot of water weight

…but the long-term hormonal effects will have disastrous consequences on your metabolism.

You see, the body needs a certain amount of energy to function properly.

If you do not provide enough energy, as is the case with fasting, the body starts to shut down all but essential functions.

“It can be considered that testosterone synthesis is suppressed due to a lack of energy during fasting.”

On the other hand, corticosterone or cortisol, stress hormones, will increase in order to suppress your metabolic rate to save energy.

“Conversely, enzyme activity was induced to increase corticosterone synthesis to cope with the fasting stress.”

The result will be loss of muscle and bone mass as a result of increased stress hormones and decreased testosterone levels.

Though it may seem to have short-term benefits…

…the long-term effects on your hormones caused by fasting will leave you in a far worse state both metabolically and hormonally.

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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.
Testicular induced corticosterone synthesis in male rats under fasting stress