Does Sucralose Damage DNA?

A jar of white powder, possibly sucralose or other artificial sweetener sits on a white surface with a wooden spoon on top.

Sucralose, a synthetic sweetener marketed under the brand name Splenda, has gained popularity as a calorie-free alternative to sugar. It’s commonly used in a variety of food and beverage products, from diet sodas to sugar-free desserts.  Sucralose has been deemed safe for consumption by regulatory agencies such as the FDA and EFSA. However, concerns have…

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Getting Your Free T Checked: The Key That Opens the Door to TRT Benefits

Three medical lab techs examine a test tube as part of free T testing that will provide guidance for treatment and other TRT benefits.

The unpleasant symptoms associated with hypogonadism (the medical term for low testosterone)  that generally grab men’s attention and motivate them to look into TRT (Testosterone Replacement Therapy) are fatigue and diminished sex drive. Beyond the restoration of these desirable life factors is a plethora of other benefits. Healthy testosterone levels, restored and maintained by a…

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Per the Cleveland Clinic—Another TRT Study Fails to Show an Increase in Cardiac Arrests

A group of medical researches look confident about their research that showed TRT does not increase cardiac arrest likelihood.

Two things that are hard to kill—popular action heroes and medical advice based on poor research.  Another major medical study has been published, debunking the persistent tale that says taking supplemental testosterone (TRT or Testosterone Replacement Therapy), even as prescribed for the treatment of clinically diagnosed low testosterone, causes an increase in heart attacks and…

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What Causes Low Testosterone?

A man wearing a white polo shirt and glasses does research on his laptop, perhaps wondering "What causes low testosterone?"

You went for your last physical or to get some symptoms checked out because you care about your health, and you haven’t been feeling quite like yourself. You may have been feeling far more fatigued than usual, more irritable, or you’ve lost some of your interest in physical intimacy with your partner.  Your doctor has…

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