There has been a decades long effort by the Global Elite to feminize men. This covert agenda has been a deliberate attempt to influence human biology without the public’s knowledge.
One of the ways this has been carried out is by the application of Biotechnology.
Biotechnology is defined, as the “exploitation of biochemical processes, especially genetic manipulation of microorganisms for the production of antibiotics, hormones, etc.”
Many of the chemicals and toxins that are taken into the body with food, water and air have been designed for a specific biological effect.
They are endocrine disruptors, they mimic hormones in the body. They cause changes of the male reproductive system, making men more feminine.
Due to the bioacumulation of these chemicals through the food chain, the public is exposed to high concentrations of these harmful substances.
They are passed from the mother to the fetus and the process begins in the mother’s womb.
The increase in male sexual dysfunction cases and male reproduction system diseases are additional consequences of the exposure to these toxins.
Statistics on male sexual and reproductive system health indicate the changes that have taken place so far.
30 Million men have impotence in the United States, that is 25% of the adult male population of 120 Million.
The erectile dysfunction drug market is expected to reach $3.4 Billion in 2019.
Between 1973 and 2011, sperm count decreased by a whopping 60%. There are no stats available for the current date, but it is likely higher.
Testosterone levels dropped by 20% in just 20 years. Testosterone is the primary male hormone, it plays a key role in the development of male reproductive tissues and also in muscle and bone mass and general health.
The number of prescriptions for low testosterone supplements increased fivefold since 2002.
40% of men have low libido, or premature ejaculation. More men suffer from testicular cancer and enlarged prostates. Gynecomastia, or “man boobs” affects up to 40% of men.
Genital developments are also influenced in boys by these endocrine disruptors, resulting in early puberty and smaller penises.
Xenoestrogens is a common name for these chemicals, xeno is ancient Greek for “strange, or foreign”. They mimic estrogen in the body and suppress testosterone production.
Atrazine is the second most widely used herbicide and pesticide in the US after glyphosate.
Research done by Prof. Tyrone B Hayes at U.C. Berkeley, discovered that exposure to this pesticide, even at concentrations 30 times lower, than allowed by the FDA, turns male frogs into female.
75% of male frogs were found to be “castrated”, unable to reproduce and 10% went from male to female.
Atrazine is found 94% of the US drinking water, with the highest concentration being in the Mid-West states.
Aspartame is an artificial sweetener, used in low calorie products. It is another endocrine disrupting agent, called the “main destroyer of human fertility”.
It affects the hypothalamus, suppressing its ability to stimulate the pituitary gland and the testicles to produce testosterone.
Aspartame influences every aspect of the fertility issue, it reduces sperm count, triggers testicular atrophy (shrinkage of the testes) and testicular tumors.
Dioxines are a class of several hundred chemical compounds. They are some of the most toxic chemicals ever produced.
Although they are no longer used in the US, they are still present in the environment. The main source of dioxins is our diet.
Dioxins can cause severe reproductive and developmental problems and birth defects. It is also a carcinogen, known to causing cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and other diseases.
Phthalates are chemicals, used to make plastic and vinyl more flexible. They are used in hundreds of consumer products.
Exposure to phthalates are linked to lower sperm count, less mobile sperm, birth defects in the male reproductive system, thyroid irregularities and as if that’s not enough, testicular cell death.
Organophosphates are another type of commonly used pesticides. They are based on research, originally done by the Nazis during WWII to manufacture nerve gas.
They are highly toxic and affect fertility. In a study of 31 men who were exposed to organophosphates pesticides, just one day later decreased semen volume and an increase in semen PH was found.
Estradiol, the most potent form of estrogen, found in animal based foods, meat, dairy and eggs, also has a feminizing effect.
The main source of estradiol is milk and dairy. In terms of hormonal activity, it can be 4000 thousand times more estrogenic, than xenoestrogens.
Hormones are injected into farm animals in the US for faster growth, a practice banned in Europe 25 years ago. “Modern” cows can lactate without pregnancy.
Dairy intake is associated with lower sperm concentration, abnormal sperm shape and movement and testicular damage.
Up to 90% of the endocrine disrupting chemicals come from animal foods. We can eliminate most of them by going to a plant based diet.
It is ironic that eating meat, “being carnaverous” is considered by some, as more manly, because men on a plant based diet have on the average 13% higher testosterone levels.
Related: Plant Based Whole Food Diet
Organic fruits and vegetables are free from pesticide residue, containing harmful chemicals and by reducing the use of plastics, like food containers, choosing cosmetics and personal care products made from natural ingredients, our exposure to Xenoestrogens can be minimized.
More information on endocrine disrupting chemicals and how to avoid them is here.
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