Almost every man in America does this in the bathroom every day, maybe even twice a day… And it’s giving men terribly high estrogen levels while hurting their testosterone…
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This bathroom practice is raising men’s estrogen (and you probably did it already today)…
Plastic bottles became popular in the 1950s when industry introduced high-density polyethylene…
And since they are cheaper, lighter, and more durable than glass, they quickly took over as the preferred method of packaging.
But there is a HUGE problem with this.
Plastic leaches hormone-like chemicals into the environment.
This is from an article on the “Science” page of NPR’s website:
“Most plastic products, from sippy cups to food wraps, can release chemicals that act like the sex hormone estrogen, according to a study in Environmental Health Perspectives.”
“BPA-free” plastics are supposed to eliminate this threat. But they don’t.
“The study found these chemicals even in products that didn’t contain BPA, a compound in certain plastics that’s been widely criticized because it mimics estrogen.”
In fact, in 70% of plastics that researchers tested, these estrogen-like substances are found.
According to George Bittner, one of the study’s authors:
“The testing showed that more than 70 percent of the products released chemicals that acted like estrogen. And that was before they exposed the stuff to real-world conditions: simulated sunlight, dishwashing, and microwaving…”
It’s hard even now to fully grasp the problems that this is causing.
That’s mostly because of how studies are done.
We have a fair number of studies showing that increased estrogen is a problem.
And we have quite a few studies showing that plastics increase our exposure to estrogen.
But we still don’t have many studies that link the two together.
I’m not sure if this is because the plastics industry is super-powerful or what…
But it’s time to shine a light on this stuff and show it for the problem it is.
A recent study highlighted one of the problems that has cropped up due to this increased estrogen in our environment – increased rates of autism.
The BIG problem with endocrine disruptors…
The endocrine (hormonal) system in humans is exquisitely sensitive.
Small changes can lead to dramatic differences in how your brain and body actually operate.
In a healthy endocrine system, your hormones respond to your environment through a self-regulating system.
“The brain undergoes changes in its chemistry and structure in response to changes in the environment. Circulating hormones of the adrenals, thyroid, and gonads play an important role in this adaptation because the endocrine system is controlled by the brain through the pituitary gland. This control allows environmental signals to regulate hormonal secretion.”
Here’s the problem: With all of these plastics in the environment, our endocrine systems can get really messed up.
And that’s because the plastics dump substances in your system that ACT like estrogen.
High levels of prenatal estrogen are linked to autism.
To show you just how terrible the effects of too much estrogen are, take a look at how estrogen is linked to autism.
“All four estrogens were significantly elevated, on average, in the 98 fetuses who later developed autism, compared to the 177 fetuses who did not. High levels of prenatal estrogens were even more predictive of likelihood of autism than were high levels of prenatal androgens (such as testosterone).”
There is a strong correlation between high levels of estrogen in a woman’s system and the development of autism in a fetus.
I know this isn’t directly related to male health unless you have autism…
But it shows JUST how sensitive our bodies are to hormones – and particularly to estrogen-like substances.
Women aren’t the only ones affected by WAY too much estrogen in our environment.
You probably know that I work with male health, particularly sexual health.
I’m not a doctor and this isn’t medical advice, but I do a ton of research.
And the results I get when I show men how to get the extra estrogen out of their system are AMAZING.
Ditch the plastic for better health.
There are other more advanced methods you can use. But the big key here is to ditch the plastics.
Don’t drink out of plastic or eat out of plastic.
Plastics put extra estrogens into your body and can cause ALL kinds of havoc.
To your health!
—-Important Message For Men Who Have Low Testosterone—-
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- High levels of estrogen in the womb linked to autism https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/07/190729094538.htm
- High levels of oestrogen in the womb linked to autism https://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/high-levels-of-oestrogen-in-the-womb-linked-to-autism
- Study: Most Plastics Leach Hormone-Like Chemicals https://www.npr.org/2011/03/02/134196209/study-most-plastics-leach-hormone-like-chemicals
- Endocrine Effects on the Brain and Their Relationship to Behavior https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK20431/
- Effect of estrogens on skin aging and the potential role of SERMs https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2685269/
- Estrogen synthesis and signaling pathways during ageing: from periphery to brain https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3595330/