WARNING: “inactive” ingredients causing low T and diabetes

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WARNING: “inactive” ingredients causing low T and diabetes

Sometimes it seems like all I do is rage against Big Pharma.

But seriously… These corporations get people on lifelong medications that “band-aid” the issues instead of really fixing them.

These same medications often cause tons of side effects that sometimes require other medications…

And these side effects create a situation where your body has a hard time healing itself.

Our normal perception is that the “active” ingredients in these meds are the real problem… And that can certainly be true.

But if you have sensitivities to gluten or peanuts or other substances, then you have to be REALLY careful what you take…

Because the “inactive” ingredients in Big Pharma products can BE the problem ingredients.

But they are not well-marked… And this is not well-known.

Which is CRAZY!

But… this is Big Pharma we’re talking about.

"Inactive" ingredients in oral medications
Before I get into the details of this horrifying study, I’ve got to give you my disclaimer.

I’m not a doctor. I can’t give you medical advice and I’m not in any way telling you to go off your prescription meds without with your doctor’s help.

But I AM hoping that after you read this article you will be CAREFUL with the meds you take.

Because, although interactions caused by the “inactive” ingredients are rare, they do happen. And they could happen to you.

How big is this problem?

The researchers who tackled this issue looked at a TON of treatments and found a huge amount of “inactive” ingredients.

This team was from Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

It included (among others) a gastroenterologist, a biochemical data scientist, an internal medicine resident, and the university’s executive director of Pharmacy.

“…[The team] collaborated…to analyze data on the inactive ingredients found in 42,052 oral medications that contained more than 354,597 inactive ingredients…”

They found that a huge percentage of the Big Pharma drugs studied – 92.8% in fact – had INACTIVE ingredients that can cause “allergic symptoms after oral exposure.”

“The team found a total of 38 inactive ingredients that have been described in the literature to cause allergic symptoms after oral exposure. The authors report that 92.8 percent of the medications they analyzed contained at least one of these inactive ingredients.”

Even though I wish I did, I don’t have a list of the 38 ingredients from this study…

But I do have a list of the MOST COMMON ingredients that have potential reactions.

What kinds of ingredients are we talking about?

Some of these might not seem like a big deal…

But if ingesting food dye keeps you awake at night or if you have a severe reaction to any lactose in your system… It is a REALLY big deal.

Specifically, they report:

  • Approximately 45% of medications contained lactose
  • Approximately 33% of medications contained a food dye
  • Only 0.08% of medications contained peanut oil… For certain drugs (such as progesterone), there are few alternatives that do not contain this inactive ingredient

Here’s the problem:

If you are sensitive to any of these ingredients and you get a reaction from a med, you may not even realize what’s triggering it.

And that’s because very few people even think about the inactive ingredients.

The inactive ingredients really AREN’T inactive.

If you have an especially sensitive system, it’s a VERY good idea to make sure you know exactly what’s in your medication all the time.

And that means both the inactive and the active ingredients.

“While we call these ingredients ‘inactive,’ in many cases, they are not. While the doses may be low, we don’t know what the threshold is for individuals to react in the majority of instances.”

So if you do have a reaction of some sort, you can (hopefully) track down where it’s coming from – if you’re aware of what’s in all your meds.

And keep in mind, I’ve been advising men of this danger for years.

Because years ago, I studied simple experiments done by Dr. Volkheimer.

From his work, we can see how these toxic particles go through the gut wall, clogging our blood vessels, reaching the spinal fluid and the brain.

Passage of Particles through the Wall of the Gastrointestinal Tract

“They can be detected in body fluids using simple methods: only a few minutes after oral administration they can be found in the peripheral blood-stream.”

“We observed their passage into urine, bile, cerebrospinal fluid, the alveolar lumen, the peritoneal cavity, breast milk, and transplacentally into the fetal blood-stream.”

“Since persorbed microparticles can embolize small vessels, this touches on microbiological problems, especially in the region of the CNS.”

Here’s the bottom line…

Before I let my doctor give me any prescription for a non-acute condition, I do a ton of research.

The formulations – even for the same prescription – across brand names and generics can be quite different.

And I want to know what’s in them.

Most of the time, I end up not taking these treatments.

I think there are usually better alternatives to most chronic conditions (including healing them).

But you have to make your own decision. It’s not something I can do for you.

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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.
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