[quote]Yo Momma wrote:
Type 2 diabetes causes testosterone levels to drop and stay low for the long term… Also a low fat diet can cause decreases of up to 20%, but can be easily corrected and even raised by switching to a healthy high fat diet.
The real reason for keeping men in testosterone decline, as KSman states, is big Pharma. They still promote the idea to the medical establishment that prostate cancer and heart disease is fueled by testosterone. This guarantees that aging males will be kept in a state of decline so that they can be put on an expensive regimen of statins, pituitary hormone antagonists, dutasteride, antidepressants and Viagra, all for profits for Pfizer, GSK, Astrazeneca, et al.
It doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to note that young men with high testosterone do not suffer from these “diseases”. There is no money to be made in testosterone supplementation by Pharma. Testosterone cannot be patented, so there is no exclusive rights to market and sell for profit. The money is to be made by selling patented drugs, and keeping men in a state of decline until they need prostate and/or by-pass surgery.
Government is in bed with big Pharma worldwide. And that’s the real reason that steroids are bad, kids.[/quote]
RANT ON MY FRIEND…that is some serious gospel right there and i wish i could hammer it into about 10 million people