Here’s how we stack up compared to European men
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Testosterone in America vs Europe
Testosterone and male fertility levels are dropping like a rock and have been for a few decades.
There are numerous reasons for this – but the most significant is exposure to chemicals which leach from plastic objects in the environment.
Men are being exposed to more and more of these toxic chemicals – mainly through liquids and foods which are in contact with plastics.
These plastic chemicals cause feminisation, infertility, low male hormones, obesity and cancer.
Recent research coming out of London indicates that warnings in the last decade about this problem have not been heeded.
The problem is getting worse.
Men have massively elevated levels of these plastic chemicals in their system.
The human research was carried out at Brunel University London. The paper was published in Environment International.
The authors of this study were primarily interested in semen quality and fertility in men in Western countries…
And the role of plastic chemicals in this issue.
But these plastic chemicals also cause many other health problems too – including metabolic, hormonal and mood disorders.
“Semen quality in men continues to decline in Western countries, but the contours of the issue remain obscure, in relation to contributing chemicals.”
The research looked at almost 30 different chemicals which are known to affect male fertility.
These hormones also have other effects like decreasing testosterone production and blocking the effects of male hormones.
“We included chemicals capable of affecting semen quality and androgen receptor antagonists, substances that suppress testosterone synthesis, inhibit steroidogenic enzymes or activate the aryl hydrocarbon receptor.”
The researchers estimated a safe amount of exposure to each of these chemicals…
And then looked to see what exposure men in Europe are getting to each of these individual substances.
“By summing up the risk quotients of the 29 chemicals included in the assessment we examined fold-exceedances of “acceptable” mixture exposures relative to an index value of 1.”
Many men were being exposed to more than 100 times the combined safe amount of these castrating plastic chemicals.
9 chemicals were found to be a particularly common problem.
“Highly exposed subjects experienced combined exposures to the 9 chemicals that exceeded the index value of 1 by more than 100-fold.”
The average man was getting almost 40% higher than safe levels of each of the remaining 20 plastic chemicals.
“Accounting for median background exposures to the remaining 20 chemicals added a Hazard Index of 1.39.”
The most well publicized of these chemicals is something called BPA (bisphenol A).
Although a lot has been written about this chemical over the last few years, the researchers found that BPA is still the biggest single problem.
Many, more expensive plastic containers are now sold as “BPA free.”
But they often include closely related compounds like BPS and BPF which are just as bad as BPA.
The researchers found that these BPA replacements were a major problem too.
“Bisphenol A made the largest contribution to the HI, followed by polychlorinated dioxins, bisphenols S and F and DEHP.”
Even if we were to completely remove all BPA from our environmental exposures today we would still have massive overexposure to other plastic chemicals.
“Eliminating bisphenol A alone would still leave unacceptably high mixture risks.”
The study also found that acetaminophen, the common painkiller and anti-inflammatory…
Is likely playing a major role in male infertility and low testosterone.
“Acetaminophen is also a driver of mixture risks among subjects using the ‘treatment.’”
The average man is being exposed to massively high levels of these harmful chemicals.
“Tolerable exposures to substances associated with deteriorations of semen quality are exceeded by a large margin.”
The authors of the paper make a call which has been made over and over again over the last decade…
To reduce the exposure to these plastic chemicals.
It seems like officialdom has no interest in reducing our exposure to these chemicals.
It is something we will have to do ourselves by avoiding consuming drinks and food which have been in contact with plastics as much as possible.
It’s also important to avoid contact with paper receipts as much as possible – as these pieces of paper are coated in BPA.
“Dedicated efforts towards lowering exposures to these substances are necessary to mitigate risks.”
You should always consult your healthcare practitioner for guidance on medical diagnosis and treatment.
—-Important Message About Avoiding Toxic BPA—-
Beware this hidden toxin in the bathroom
There’s toxic chemicals like BPA all around us, even in the bathroom…
And chances are, you’ve already used this item once or twice today…
And each time, it’s exposing your most private manly areas to dangerous toxins…
Toxins that can cause terrible performance problems for men, even cancer.
Watch this quick video — are you protecting yourself in the bathroom?