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Testosterone declining around the world for 100 years
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RE: Testosterone declining around the world for 100 years
06-01-2021 4:13 PM

Definitely endocrine disrupting chemicals. The food, even the clothes, the detergents, soaps, etc. Plastic for sure.

Also our minds and lifestyles. Get that sun, your vitamin D. zinc etc. Workout and practice no fap. Get adequate sleep and rest. Turn off the tv and the news. Never skip leg day and make sure to train them at least 2x a week.
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06-02-2021 9:33 AM

For some it's sitting at a PC all day, letting your balls get hot. For most, it's a diet full of growth hormones, artificial additives and pesticides. Also ......

#Avoid soya products.
#Purchase local organic products.
#Exerscise; push your body to the limit as often as you can.
#Avoid antibiotics or medications whenever possible.
#Include pomegranate, celery and Moringa in your daily diet.
#Try not to let your balls get too hot for too long.
#Don't keep your mobile in your pocket next to your balls.
#Socialise and flirt with women. The mind will tell your balls that there's action ahead.
#Try not to rely upon instant fixes. They might impede your natural resources to produce test.
#Don't wank.

The above seems to work for me. Mid 50s, still mega horny. Of course, I can't perform like I did at 20, but still have morning wood, dirty thoughts all day, and explosive orgasms.

Sex and Mones and Rock'n'Roll....
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06-08-2021 11:36 PM

(05-10-2021 10:10 PM)metaltree Wrote:  If part of the problem is plastics, it makes me wonder about pheromones sold in plastic bottles. Endocrine disrupting chemicals could be leaching out of the plastic and into the alcohol. Then we could be spraying the chemicals right on to our skin every time we use the product.

I'm seriously considering not using any pheromone products in plastic bottles again.

If you don't like endocrine disrupting chemicals, stay away from pheromones.

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06-08-2021 11:41 PM

I think there are several issues. A big thing, as eyeofra mentioned, is that people now do much less manual labor. We sit more and move less as part of our jobs.

There's also the issue of increased mutational load, which nobody wants to talk about for really good reasons. But the rate of diabetes is increasing in the US, as is birth weight. In the past, high birth weight births would be lethal but now we have c-sections.

Hopefully we find a way to select embryos for low mutational load sometime in the next few generations, and people are willing to run with the technology. Cuba seems to be doing something like that with testing and abortions now and it's dramatically lowered their medical costs, but that wouldn't fly with a big slice of conservatives in the United States.

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