Toxic Chemicals are Killing your testosterone…And your Manhood!
Did you know that men’s testosterone levels are plunging at a blistering pace? Recent research has concluded that the average testosterone level of men today is a shocking 25% less than in 1992. And the average male estrogen level has jumped an alarming 40%, and male sperm counts are also down 40% during the same time.
For proof of this, just look around and see the obesity explosion in young men. Activity in many teenage males is non-existent, and the US military struggles to find recruits fit enough to withstand the vigorous basic training regimens. If current trends continue, we are rapidly heading to a nation of feminized men.
How in the world is this happening?
There are many possible causes of this “Feminization” of men: A lack of exercise and movement by youth compared to earlier generations, fewer gym classes, video games, and increased consumption of fast foods undoubtedly play a role in this hideous trend.
But the most significant impact on testosterone levels in males is the toxic, chemical-laden environments that we live in. Specifically, we are talking about xenoestrogens (foreign estrogens) which are man-made substances that induce effects similar to natural estrogen in the body. Phytoestrogens also contribute to the shrinking testosterone crisis but are not as debilitating as xenoestrogens.
A 24-hour a day non-stop bombardment
Consider this: these Frankenstein-like chemical monstrosities are everywhere. The food we eat, the water we drink and bathe in, the air we breathe, clothing, and personal items are filled with these hidden, toxic surprises.
Meat is jammed-packed with hormones and estrogen chemicals; our food containers are lined with unhealthy preservatives; our crops are sprayed with all types of pesticides; air pollution pumps more poisons into our bodies; our drinking water may contain traces of pharmaceuticals and industrial waste, children’s toys, dental floss, medical equipment...the list goes on and on.
This parade of noxious substances combines to produce an all-start team of hormone destroyers. Let’s take a look at some of the worst offenders so you can be aware of what to look for and avoid:
Perfluoroalkyl or poly-fluoroalkyl substances, PFAS for short. They are also known as “Forever chemicals” since they don’t break down easily and can wreak havoc on the environment and our bodies. Non-stick cookware is a common source of PFAS, as are many cosmetics, food packages, carpets, fast-food wrappers, microwave popcorn bags, new furniture, and leather. Hormone disruption, thyroid issues, a weakened immune system, and increased LDL cholesterol (i.e., the “bad cholesterol”) are not things that any sane person would stand in line for, so perhaps it may be time to consider going back to the old-fashioned cast-iron skillets.
Monosodium Glutamate (MSG). Often added to food to enhance flavor, MSG is an excitotoxin that can sneak into our food since it is often labeled as a “spice,” or “natural flavor,” or “hydrolyzed yeast extract. MSG can decimate testosterone levels and cause fertility issues and brain disorders.
Potassium bromate. This chemical is often added to bread to give the bread a softer, chewier texture. The issue is that it is a cancer-promoting carcinogen.
Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs). These mad-made creations are often referred to as the original “Frankenfoods” since they are implanted with an insecticide gene that makes them resistant to pesticides. This, in turn, means that farmers can drown them in pesticides that can cause digestive issues, weaken our immune systems, hurt testicular cells, and impede testosterone production. The main culprits to watch out for are corn, cottonseed oil, sugar beets, soy, and canola.
Brominated vegetable oil. BVO can irritate the stomach, skin, mouth, and nose, and when consumed in significant qualities – like 2 liters of citrus soda daily – can cause neurological symptoms. None of these conditions will help you boost testosterone. BVO is banned in Japan and throughout the European Union...with good reason.
Parabens. Found in many cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries, parabens have estrogen-like qualities that can result in many health and hormonal issues.
Bisphenol-A (BPA). This pernicious substance is found in plastic water bottles, dental sealants, baby bottles, food storage containers, and can linings. Tragically, this deleterious chemical has become so omnipresent that it is now found in the umbilical cord of around 90% of all babies. The gifts BPA delivers are early puberty, cancer, diabetes, infertility, heart disease, and more.
Phthalates. These industrial chemicals are ubiquitous in soap, shampoo, detergents, vinyl flooring, medical tubes, blood-storage bags, garden hoses, automotive plastics, hair spray, plastic bags, inflatable toys, and more. Contact with Phthalates can destroy males by shrinking testicles, lowering sperm counts, and causing incomplete testicle descent in newborns.
Fluoride. Initially added to our drinking water with the good intentions of fighting cavities and strengthening our teeth, fluoride has been shown to cause health issues like joint aches and pains, a weakened immune system, low sperm counts, and hormone disruption. A reverse osmosis water filter is highly recommended to protect against these developments.
Bovine Growth Hormones (rBGH or rBST). These genetically engineered hormones are fed to livestock on the massive farm conglomerates of the big agricultural companies (aka “Big Agra”) to speed up growth and add animal fat. This process has been linked to prostate cancer and hormone disruption.
Metalloestrogens. Some metalloestrogens (copper, Nickle, chromium, cobalt) are essential minerals that our bodies need in small amounts. But some metalloestrogens are non-essential minerals that don’t help us and can block the essential minerals from doing their jobs. Researchers have defined metalloestrogens as “a class of inorganic xneo-estrogens which can affect the gene expression of human cells responding to estrogen.” From drinking water to old pipes, vaccines, and dental fillings, lead, mercury, and aluminum are everywhere.
Nonylphenol ethoxylates (NPEs). The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has defined NPEs as “NP/NPEs, also known as nonylphenols and nonylphenol ethoxylates, are nonionic surfactants, or detergent-like substances, with uses that lead to widespread release into aquatic environments. NP/NPEs are highly toxic to aquatic life.” NPEs are mass-produced in significant qualities and used for laundry detergents, latex paints, automotive, personal care, and lawn care products. The fact that NPEs “are highly toxic to aquatic life” means they are possibly harmful to people who swim, drink water, or eat fish. NPEs can alter gene expression and disrupt our glandular systems. Some make fish species have transformed into females, and NPEs are highly suspected of causing this transformation.
So what to do about this chemical onslaught on our testosterone? Is there any hope of stopping it or at least slowing it down?
Yes! Our clinic is on the front line in the testosterone war!
Our clinic specializes in Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). Our treatments included Human Growth Hormone (HGH) Replacement Therapy, Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT), Sermorelin Replacement Therapy, and other hormone treatment therapies.
We have decades of experience in hormone replacement, and we offer the most cutting-edge hormone replacement treatments available in the convenience of your living room. We provide detailed instructions and guidance for restoring your hormones to a more youthful level, and we will be with you every step.
We are also a holistic clinic. In addition to our hormone therapies, we offer a comprehensive program that uses every possible approach to promote longevity and optimal health. Our regimens included nutritional plans, the vital importance of deep, restorative sleep, proper hydration, nutritional supplementation, physical fitness, controlling stress, and minimizing toxin exposure.
As you can see from the list of hormone disruptors listed above, if those chemicals are not minimized, any testosterone therapy will not be nearly as effective as it could be when those chemicals are neutralized. Therefore, minimizing your exposure to those products is essential to our programs.
We arm our clients with a precise list of the products, circumstances, and objects that need to be avoided or, at least, minimized.
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