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This 1 overlooked vitamin gives men healthy, high T

Endotoxin is a bacterial byproduct which is produced in the gut of humans and animals.

When it leaks from the gut in large quantities, it causes inflammation, metabolic dysfunction, and organ damage.

One of the places that bacterial endotoxin affects first is the testicles.

These bacterial endotoxin fragments can cause a massive drop in testosterone, as well as severe impairment of fertility.

Fixing the leaky gut is essential for many people.

But there are also some nutrients which can help to protect the body from the degenerative effects of endotoxin.

One of these nutrients is vitamin K.

Animal experiments have shown that vitamin K protects testosterone levels in the face of elevated endotoxin.

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The animal experiments were performed at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan. This paper was published in the journal Food and Function.

Vitamin K is most well-known for its effects in regulating blood and bone.

“Vitamin K is essential for the posttranslational modifications of blood coagulation factors and proteins present in the bone matrix.”

But in truth, vitamin K is one of the most misunderstood nutrients.

It plays a role in a vast number of different areas of human health aside from the blood and bones.

“Vitamin K is distributed not only in the liver and bones but is also abundant in the brain, kidney, and gonadal tissues.”

Vitamin K has known anti-inflammatory effects, and animal experiments have shown that vitamin K deficiency leads to lower testosterone.

“Previously, we observed that dietary supplementation with vitamin K suppresses inflammation, and vitamin K deficiency decreases testicular testosterone production in rats.”

One common reason for low testosterone is inflammation caused by bacterial endotoxin – which usually comes from the gut.

Bacterial endotoxin is also called lipopolysaccharide (LPS).

“Here, we examined whether the dietary vitamin K state affects testicular steroidogenesis in lipopolysaccharide (LPS)-treated rats because vitamin K has anti-inflammatory activity.”

Rats were split into two groups.

One group was fed a vitamin K deficient diet. The other group was given ample amounts of vitamin K.

The dietary procedures were carried out for 5 weeks, and then the animals were given a hefty dose of bacterial endotoxin.

“Male Wistar rats were fed either vitamin K-free or control diets for 35 days, and then administered LPS to induce inflammation for 6 h.”

The results showed that the testosterone lowering effects of this common bacteria were somewhat dependent on a low vitamin K status.

Animals with ample amounts of vitamin K in their diet did not suffer the same reduction in testosterone.

“After LPS treatment, plasma testosterone levels were significantly reduced in the vitamin K-free diet group compared with the control diet group.”

The researchers found that changes in testosterone levels were probably due to alterations in an enzyme involved in the production of this primary male hormone.

“Testicular mRNA and protein levels of Cyp11a, a rate-limiting enzyme in steroidogenesis, corresponded to plasma testosterone levels.”

The research is one of a number of studies showing the anti-inflammatory effects of vitamin K and its role in protecting testosterone production.

“These results indicate that dietary vitamin K affects testicular vitamin K levels and ameliorates the LPS-induced reduction in testicular testosterone synthesis.”

There are a number of different types of vitamin K.

These experiments used vitamin K1, the type of vitamin K found in green leafy vegetables.

Other experiments have shown a testosterone boosting effect of vitamin K2 – K2 is found in fermented foods and organ meats.

Vitamin K2 is also made from vitamin K1 in the gut.

It seems likely that the protective effect of vitamin K1 is dependent on its conversion into vitamin K2 after it has been ingested.

Nevertheless, we can say that consumption of both forms of vitamin K2 may go a long way to helping men maintain healthy testosterone levels.

“Testicular vitamin K might facilitate the inhibition of inflammation signal transduction and maintain steady levels of testosterone.”

You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.

—-Important Message About Vitamin K2—-

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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.
Dietary vitamin K alleviates the reduction in testosterone production induced by lipopolysaccharide administration in rat testishttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/21894328/