Use the “Water Bottle Trick” for Better Erections

Use the “Water Bottle Trick” for Better Rockiness

Drinking water 
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Use the “water bottle trick” for better erections

We all know about BPA… that chemical that has been used in plastics since the 1960s.

It was used in things like food containers and water bottles.

BPA has been shown to cause reproductive problems in animals.

It also causes dysregulation of appetite and can cause obesity.

Because of these issues, BPA is being phased out.

However, BPA is being replaced by other chemicals such as BPS…

But is BPS any safer?

Recent animal studies show that BPS can also cause changes to appetite.

BPS makes animals hungrier. Then they eat more. Then they get obese.

These scientists conducted their research out of a number of European universities and published in the Journal of Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety.

About a decade ago, after 50 years of use, BPA was classified as an endocrine disruptor.

This means that it alters the endocrine system that controls our hormones.

“Since 2010, Bisphenol A (BPA), an endocrine disruptor has been restricted and replaced by analogs like Bisphenol S (BPS).”

Very little research was done into the effects of BPA before it was unleashed on the public.

And now it’s the same story again… Very little research was done into the effects of BPS before they started using that.

“However, little is known about BPS effects and growing concerns have suspected the ‘BPA-free’ label.”

Previous studies indicated that BPS is associated with diabetes and obesity.

“Several recent studies suggest that BPS is associated with increased risk of diabetes and obesity.”

This study set out to look at peptides, which control feeding behavior. If BPS altered these it could lead to overeating.

“The current study investigates iBPS effects on hypothalamic neuropeptides regulating feeding behavior in Swiss Albino mice.”

The study lasted for 10 weeks. The scientists gave the animals different doses of BPS in their water.

“BPS at 25, 50, 100 µg/kg was administered to mice in water…for 10 weeks started after weaning.”

BPS caused an increase in orexigenic neuropeptides. (An orexigen is something that stimulates appetite.)

BPS increased appetite signals from the brain.

“Our results showed that BPS exposure alters appetite signals regulating feeding behavior.”

An increase in appetite signaling can lead to eating more food – and weight gain.

“Such orexigenic alterations may underlay appetite disorders leading to a concomitant food intake and body weight gain increase.”

The animals that had BPS in their water ate more than the animals that had regular water.

Animals given BPS were up to 50% heavier than the other animals after a few weeks.

The animals maintained this increased body weight throughout the whole trial period.

Note: The study only weighed the animals. They did not calculate the amount of fat gain.

Previous experiments with BPS in mice showed that BPS led to a significant increase in fat.

So it seems that BPS might not be any better than its predecessor, BPA.

These results clearly indicate that even tiny amounts of BPS could increase the risk of obesity and other metabolic diseases.

“Thus, our findings provide that BPS exposure could contribute to the development of obesity and metabolic disorders.”

Environmental scientists believe that the damaging effects caused by BPS and BPA are because they are similar to estrogen in structure.

But BPS is now a common as a replacement for BPA.

BPS is in many products that are labeled “BPA-free” – making people think these plastics are safe.

Exposure to BPS is most common through water and soft drink bottles and store receipts.

Leaving water bottles in the sun could increase leaching of the chemical into the fluid.

I use non-plastic bottles whenever possible. And if I have to drink water out of a plastic bottle, I only drink it if it’s cold…

The trick is to use a stainless steel water bottle whenever possible — I bring mine everywhere with me, so I never get stuck drinking out of water bottles loaded with BPS.

But BPS is also in other food containers.

Temperature, fluids, and fats can all affect the amount of BPS that gets into the food or drink.

Some studies have shown that printed thermal receipts have the highest concentrations of BPS or BPA. Avoid these wherever possible.

You should see a healthcare professional about treating and diagnosing health conditions.

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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.
Effects of Bisphenol S on hypothalamic neuropeptides regulating feeding behavior and apelin/APJ system in mice 

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