Red Bull – Gives a Man Wings (in the Bedroom)

Red Bull -- Gives a Man Wings (in the Bedroom)

This energy drink is giving a whole new meaning to their slogan “it gives you wings”…

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Red Bull – Gives a Man Wings (in the Bedroom)

Right now, it seems that all kinds of stuff is going wrong with the male reproductive/sexual system.

And this is on a global scale.

Testosterone levels in men have dropped by nearly 25% since the 1980s…

And guys are nearly as likely as women to experience infertility now.

Worse yet, even guys who are older and not interested in having babies are experiencing terrible drops in their T and health.

9% of men and 11% of women of reproductive age in the US are dealing with fertility problems…

And the number is FAR higher if you consider guys who are, like me, not interested in being fathers again.

In guys, infertility is a sign of bad health

And problems with sperm production or sperm motility often (though not always) signal problems with the rest of the reproductive/sexual tract…

And that’s never good news.

What’s going on here?

A bunch of factors are influencing both testosterone and sexual health in men – from plastics in the environment to the types of food oils you eat.

But scientists have also just uncovered a really interesting thing about a common ingredient found in Red Bull (yep, Red Bull)…

Being low on this ingredient could keep your sperm from getting to where it’s supposed to go – fertilizing the egg…

And it can be causing you to have a low sexual drive and poor sexual performance.

Amino acids and sexual health…

There are bunch of amino acids and proteins that affect different functions of the body.

Cysteine dioxygenase (CDO) is one that affects fertility.

And mice that lack this protein are infertile.

“Previously, it was found that male mice lacking cysteine dioxygenase (CDO) are infertile. CDO is a protein known to make the amino acid taurine.”

And the rate of infertility is severe.

Mice lacking this protein are 10 times more likely to be infertile than their healthy counterparts.

So, it’s a very significant risk factor, and it seems to work pretty much the same way in humans.

“In the study, the researchers confirmed that male mice missing CDO are indeed more likely to be infertile compared with their healthy counterparts – over 10 times more likely, in fact.”

Since CDO and taurine are so closely related in the body, it’s not a super-big surprise that taurine levels also dropped dramatically in mice with this particular infertility issue.

“They also found taurine levels dropped dramatically in the sperm cells of these mice. This suggested a clear link between the two defects…” 

The sperm are actually bent… And the man has low health and poor sexual performance…

Here’s where things get really interesting.

In mice that were missing this CDO protein, their sperm were nearly twice as likely to have a tail that was the wrong angle to pierce the egg.

They are really and truly bent.

And that is why lacking this protein causes poor sexual health in men.

“Sperm cells in CDO-deficient mice were nearly twice as likely to have a wrongly-angled tail when placed in an environment like that of a uterus.”

But when exposed to taurine – the common ingredient I mentioned in RED BULL earlier – this wrong-angled sperm tail defect completely disappeared.

That’s really kind of crazy – that the tail angle is affected so much by this amino acid.

“Strikingly, the defect disappeared when the sperm were supplied with extra taurine…” 

The defect disappeared! This is a pretty incredible finding and should lead to some new treatments for infertility.

But it also leads me to another important point.

Taurine is really important for male reproductive/sexual health.

“Our findings show that the production of taurine by CDO in the male reproductive tract, and its absorption by sperm, are pivotal mechanisms for male fertility…”

Your body produces taurine naturally but it can also absorb the amino acid through supplements.

So if you’re not producing enough, it’s easy to get more.

And, although it is in Red Bull and other energy drinks, I don’t recommend that as the best way to get it.

You can buy taurine in powder form or in capsules on sites like

Taking care of your reproductive health is really important – especially as you get older.

You may not care about increasing the ability of your sperm to get to the egg.

But you certainly want to keep your entire reproductive tract working the way it’s supposed to.

And it’s looking very much like taurine has a key role to play in these mechanisms.

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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.
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