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Study: This one vitamin boosts men’s T levels naturally
Food waste is being recycled into many foods we eat – and this food waste is often highly estrogenic.
One of the chief protections from this is vitamin E.
And today’s newsletter focuses on a new use of vitamin E in the diet.
Industrial food processing usually removes the natural vitamin E from foods.
So additional vitamin E could help with a lot of modern health problems.
For one thing, researchers have found that vitamin E supplementation can boost testosterone levels in animals and men.
These researchers did their experiments at the Third Department of Internal Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Kyushu University, Japan.
They published their results in the journal Endocrinologia Japonica.
Vitamin E is critical for protecting against the detrimental effects of modern fat content in the diet.
“Vitamin E has come to be regarded as important for its antioxidative action, in particular its inhibitory effect on the peroxidation of polyunsaturated fatty acids.”
Peroxidation (breakdown) of unsaturated fats, called PUFAs, from grains and fish can cause damage to many organs.
The harmful breakdown products of these fats (lipoperoxides) tend to accumulate in the pituitary and adrenal glands.
“Lipoperoxide formations were considerably greater in the pituitary and adrenal gland than in any other organ.”
The pituitary gland is particularly important.
In men, the pituitary tells the testicles to produce both sperm and testosterone.
Damage to the pituitary gland caused by PUFAs could harm fertility and cause low testosterone.
The researchers conducted a number of experiments in rats and humans.
They wanted to know about the effect of vitamin E on the pituitary gland and testosterone levels.
“The role of vitamin E in the pituitary-gonadal axis was studied in humans and male rats by examining the hormonal differences between vitamin E deficient and supplemented conditions.”
The pituitary gland produces two hormones: luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone.
When these hormones reach the testicles, they stimulate the production of sperm and testosterone.
Rats deficient in vitamin E had lower levels of these critical male hormones.
“In vitamin E deficient rats, follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone were significantly lower.”
The researchers found the opposite in rats supplemented with vitamin E.
Rats given vitamin E had higher levels of follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone.
This should lead to higher testosterone and greater fertility.
“In vitamin E supplemented rats, follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone were significantly higher.”
The researchers tested the levels of testosterone in the testicles and blood of the animals.
Vitamin E increased testosterone levels in rats.
“The testosterone level was significantly elevated in both testicular tissue and plasma.”
Next they tested the effect of vitamin E supplementation on men.
“All human volunteers admitted to the hospital took a constant daily composition of nutrients containing 3-5 mg of vitamin E.”
They also supplemented the participants with 483 mg of vitamin E acetate.
The researchers carried out tests on the men over an eight-week trial period.
Vitamin E supplementation significantly increased testosterone in men.
“It was also demonstrated that basal plasma testosterone was increased in normal male subjects following oral vitamin E administration.”
Most of the testosterone in the blood is bound to proteins and cannot be immediately used.
The small amount of usable testosterone is called free testosterone.
Vitamin E improved the ratio of free testosterone to bound testosterone – meaning a real-world improvement in testosterone availability.
“Free testosterone index was increased in male subjects following oral vitamin E administration.”
This research shows that vitamin E could be hugely beneficial to men, particularly men who eat a lot of PUFAs.
The beneficial effect of vitamin E on testosterone seems to be due to its ability to protect the pituitary gland.
“Vitamin E may play an important role in hormone production in the pituitary gonadal axis in humans and rats.”
You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health-related problems.
—-Important Message: Beware the Killer Lipid Hiding in Your Food—-
This additive in the US food supply is in almost ALL foods – and it’s killing men…
It’s being called the “killer lipid” by knowledgeable scientists, and it’s giving men catastrophic health problems.
Belly fat, diabetes, low testosterone, erectile dysfunction, cancer, and even Alzheimer’s….
This killer lipid is hiding in virtually every food item in America.
And with every bite, the killer lipid slips into the bloodstream and travels throughout the body, wreaking havoc wherever it goes.
Who knows how much you’ve already ingested today?
- Effect of Vitamin E on Function of Pituitary-Gonadal Axis in Male Rats and Human Subjects https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/endocrj1954/29/3/29_3_287/_article
- Vitamin E https://ods.od.nih.gov/factsheets/VitaminE-HealthProfessional/
- Vitamin E: Testosterone Booster https://www.caasn.com/vitamin-e-testosterone-boosters.html