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Foods that Affect Testosterone Levels

Michael Greger MD | May 16, 2017 | Health

Read More: bone health, children, dairy, depression, endocrine-disruptors, erectile dysfunction, fish, hormones, impotence, industrial pollutants, industrial toxins, meat, memory, men's health, mental health, obesity, PCBs, penis health, penis size, persistent organic pollutants, pregnancy, puberty, reproductive health, sexual dysfunction, sexual health, sperm counts, testosterone, women's health

A number of studies suggest that exposure to industrial pollutants may affect sexual function, for example, loss of libido, sexual dysfunction, and impotence. This may be due to effects on testosterone levels. In a study of men who ate......

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Can Peppermint Improve Athletic Performance?

Michael Greger MD | October 20, 2016 | Health

Read More: aromatherapy, athletes, body odor, Europe, exercise, fatigue, herbal remedies, lung health, mint, mood, PCOS, peppermint, peppermint oil, sexual health, smoking, spearmint, suicide, tea, testosterone, women's health

Ever since smoking was prohibited in night clubs, customers have increasingly noticed other unpleasant smells present in the club--like body odors. So, researchers in Europe thought they'd try to cover them up. The researchers measured the effects of peppermint,......

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Is Monsanto's Roundup Pesticide Glyphosate Safe?

Michael Greger MD | July 8, 2016 | Health

Read More: animal studies, Europe, fertility, glyphosate, GMO, hormones, industry influence, men's health, Monsanto, organic, pesticides, pregnancy, reproductive health, Roundup, safety limits, soy, soybeans, testosterone, women's health

GMO soy has been found to be contaminated with pesticide residues (see Are GMOs Safe? The Case of Roundup Ready Soy), but are these levels anything to worry about? I explore this question in my video Is Monsanto's Roundup......

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EPA dioxin limit has National Chicken Council worried products could be declared "unfit for consumption"

Michael Greger MD | January 5, 2012 | Health

Read More: American Meat Institute, cardiovascular disease, chicken, diabetes, dioxin, endometriosis, Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, fish, fish oil, Food and Drug Administration, International Ice Cream Association, menopause, mercury, metabolism, National Cheese Institute, National Chicken Council, PCB, pregnancy, salmon, testosterone, thyroid

Dioxin, industrial pollutant of Agent Orange infamy, has been called "the most toxic compound synthesized by man." Not only is dioxin considered a known human carcinogen, adverse health effects may include cardiovascular disease, diabetes, endometriosis, early menopause, reduced testosterone......