Is THIS Causng Your "Manboobs?"
Guys, you need a reality check.
You are getting older.
And aging could be causing your testosterone levels to decline.
However, aging alone, is not the only thing lowering your testosterone levels.
In fact, chemicals and food additives could be exposing you to estrogen, and this could be disrupting your normal testosterone production.
In fact, some studies have shown a sharp increase in the number of breast cancer cases in women, and how young girls are reaching puberty at a much younger age.
There are estrogen “traps” everywhere.
Here are three of the most common hidden estrogen traps (and why you should avoid them):
1. It Could Be In Your Food
The food(s) you eat could be hiding small (or large) amounts of estrogen.
Food companies, in order to produce larger livestock, pump their animals full of hormones.
The hormones are used to increase the size and the fatness of the animals.
Here is the problem: you could be getting some (even small) amounts of estrogen from the meats you are eating.
And this could potentially alter your hormone levels.
2. Shampoos, lotions, and shaving gels
These are common items that you use every day.
But these items can contain different chemicals that could disrupt your natural production of testosterone.
Chemicals, such as phthalates and parabens, are extremely dangerous and can be found on the label of most household cosmetic products.
These chemicals, according to some studies, have been shown to act as endocrine disruptors.
Basically, they bind to certain receptors sites on your cells, and increase the production of estrogen.
This could alter your hormone levels and create havoc in your body.
3. Plastic Water Bottles
Plastic water bottles themselves could also be increasing your estrogen levels.
BPA is a chemical commonly found in plastic containers and one of the main components in the lining of most canned goods.
BPA is slightly different than phthalates and parabens.
BPA leeches into your water or food products and is then consumed when you eat or drink the product.
When BPA enters your body, research suggests, it inhibits cholesterol synthesis from occurring in your liver and the mitochondria of your cells.
Your body needs cholesterol to synthesize testosterone and improve sperm function.
What You Can Do NOW
Increase in estrogen levels can be a way to lower your testosterone levels.
Including grass-fed cattle, free-range, hormone-free poultry, and fish caught in the wild, are easy ways to prevent extra estrogen from making it into your body.
Avoiding plastic bottles with numbers 3, 6, or 7 and buying cosmetic products that are all natural and free from many of the added chemicals in name brand shampoos, could protect your body from excessive levels of “modified” estrogen.
Making these small changes could lower your exposure to excessive estrogen levels.
And this could naturally increase your testosterone levels regardless of age.
But Hold On...
Yes, each and everyday you're surrounded by products that may increase your circulating estrogen levels. And this could lead to the dreaded "manboobs"...
The loss of excitement in the bedroom...
Perhabs you are lacking the energy you once had. Regardless of the symptoms you are experiencing NOW, you may be able to REVERSE them...
And return you to the man you once were!