Men: beware these endocrine disruptors in your kitchen

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Men: beware these endocrine disruptors in your kitchen

Why does it seem like so many more men have blood sugar problems now?

Well, the answer is simple….

Blood sugar problems SEEM more common because it IS more common.

Currently, almost 10% of the U.S. population has diabetes and in 2015 alone over 1.5 million new cases were diagnosed.

Maybe you are suffering from pre-diabetes, metabolic syndrome, or blood sugar problems right now.

If you don’t (count your lucky stars), you probably have a friend or family member that is.

But what’s even crazier is that the cause (or at least part of the cause) may be something you have very little control over.

And when I connect the dots here, I think you are going to be concerned at the least and probably more than a little mad.

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Bisphenols – Endocrine Disrupters and All Around “Bad Guys”

About 20 years ago, scientists discovered a compound called BPA in the plastics we drink out of and eat off of — that’s where the concern was…

…because that’s where we thought the BPAs were leaking into our food supply from.

This discovery all started from a mouse experiment where the mice were producing messed up eggs because of the plastic exposure.

Twenty years ago, researchers made the accidental discovery that BPA had leached out of plastic cages used to house female mice in the lab, causing an increase in chromosomally abnormal eggs

Because of that discovery, the plastics that held our food and drink started to be engineered without BPAs.

Buying a plastic bottle labeled “BPA-free” was supposed to be safe.

However, there was a problem — actually there were a couple of problems.

Problem #1: BPAs are in all kinds of coatings and plastics & they affect our endocrine systems

The first problem is that our endocrine systems — the parts of our bodies that make our hormones — are wickedly sensitive.

So sensitive that tiny amounts of an endocrine disruptor can have a profound long-term effect.

Some of the products that still contain BPA are things we come into contact with every single day.

Things like thermal paper receipts, plastics, and many consumer products.

“Bisphenol A is an endocrine disrupting chemical that is used to manufacture thermal paper receipts, plastics and a wide range of consumer products,” said Frederick vom Saal, an endocrinologist and Curators’ Professor in the Division of Biological Sciences in the MU College of Arts and Science.”

And tiny doses, like those that can be absorbed through these products, can screw up the way our body processes insulin.

“Experiments with human and mouse pancreatic cells have revealed that low-dose exposure to BPA, in the presence of glucose, triggers an insulin response.”

Knowing this… the researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia then conducted an experiment not just on the pancreatic cells, but in actual human patients.

Subjects were orally administered a safe dose of BPA, which led to the same amount of BPA in their blood that customers might encounter by handling a cash register receipt

And in the presence of this small amount of supposedly “safe” levels of BPA, their blood insulin rose.

This is a problem because it can develop into blood sugar problems.

Results of both studies showed that BPA altered insulin release relative to the placebo exposure in the subjects.

That’s not the only problem though, although it is the one that this experiment studied.

Problem #2: Replacement bisphenols are ALSO endocrine disruptors and they are in our plates, cups and bottles.

In a separate experiment, scientists noticed a near replay of that first mouse model when the BPA problem was discovered.

And what they found was that the chemicals that were used to replace the BPA — other bisphenols — functioned with nearly identical ill effects in the human body.

studies confirm that replacement bisphenols produce remarkably similar chromosomal abnormalities to those seen so many years earlier in studies of BPA.

So, these endocrine disruptors may also very well be in our drinking bottles, plastic knives and forks, and Styrofoam cups.

ALL of these products have replacement bisphenols.

And ALL of them could cause these types of rises in insulin.

Plastics are amazing, but they are also a real problem to our long-term health and wellbeing.

Even if a plastic says it’s BPA free, it doesn’t mean it’s safe.

It could just mean that it has other, similar-acting replacement bisphenols in it.

I told you it would make you mad! It certainly makes me mad.

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Remove toxic endocrine disruptors from the brain and body with this cheap, white powder

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Toxic endocrine disruptors like aluminium, BPA, and other estrogenic chemicals have been linked to many health problems in men…

Health problems like heart disease, low testosterone, Alzheimer’s, and even cancer.

And it can be really hard if not impossible to avoid all these endocrine disruptors hiding in our environment…

They’re in our water, our food, our air, even our shampoos and soaps.

So how do you protect yourself from these toxic endocrine disruptors?

Here’s what I do — strip these toxins from your body naturally with a cheap, ordinary white powder that costs less than $1 at the grocery store.


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.