July 14, 2017
Laboratory-made numales are the future.
They laughed when Alex Jones said they were putting chemicals in the water to turn the frogs gay.
They’re not laughing now.
ZOG changing 'normal' male serum testosterone range from 348-1197 ng/dL to 264-916 ng/dL. Modern medicine trying to make you gay. Sad! pic.twitter.com/q44NQtWnAd
— Faceberg (@weimerica) July 12, 2017
The feds have started a process to lower the official “standard” levels of testosterone in men, presumably in an effort to solve the grave “toxic masculinity” problem we’ve got going on here in America.
The chemical castration of the Western male is about to be kicked up to the next level.
A large study of more than 9,000 men has established harmonized reference ranges for total testosterone in men that when applied to assays that have been appropriately calibrated will effectively enable clinicians to make a correct diagnosis of hypogonadism, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
Testosterone is the main sex hormone in men, though women have testosterone as well in smaller amounts. Hypogonadism, a condition characterized by low testosterone levels, can lead to sexual dysfunction, decreased muscle and bone strength, less energy, and lower fertility.
L O W E N E R G Y.
If T levels keep dropping, we’ll all be like Jeb.
The correct diagnosis and effective treatment and prevention of hypogonadism as well as many other diseases depend on accurate measurement of hormones, but lack of both defined reference ranges of testosterone and standardization of hormone assays has made diagnosing hypogonadism a difficult task.
Basically, this new study was meant to measure testosterone levels of a large set of men in order to supposedly help improve the diagnosis of men with low-T.
The problem here is that it’s basically a hoax study.
In this study, researchers obtained serum testosterone samples from men who had already had their testosterone levels assayed locally. The samples were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Clinical Standardization Programs at the National Center for Environmental Health where testosterone concentrations were measured using a higher order liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry method.
The blood samples were obtained not from healthy, athletic males, but from males who were already the subjects of other medical studies. In other words, they were largely composed of ordinary people who ate crappy standard diets, lived sedentary lifestyles, drank water loaded with chemicals, and who are exposed to a whole bunch of estrogen-mimicking chemicals.
You think gay frogs are a joke, do you? Keep drinking from your plastic cups, then.
Now, this new, much lower range of what is considered “normal” testosterone levels is becoming the standard pushed by the CDC (Center for Disease Control) and applied by the various private testing organizations.
Why is LabCorp changing the testosterone reference interval?
LabCorp is changing to the recently standardized reference interval for adult males based upon testosterone assays standardized to the CDC reference method. This change was driven by the consensus effort for accurate testosterone testing, which was endorsed by a group of professional associations, government agencies, and commercial entities in 2010.
One of the objectives outlined within the consensus statement was to establish standardized testosterone reference intervals by age and gender: Travison et al. published a population-based study at the beginning of 2017 which:
- Evaluated more than 9,000 adult male patients from different geographic regions of the United States and Europe
- Included 1,185 adult males younger than 40 years of age, with a BMI less than 30
- Utilized testosterone assays harmonized to the CDC reference method
- Standardized testosterone reference interval for nonobese adult males (19-39 years of age, BMI <30) was calculated as 264 – 916 ng/dL
The old standard was based on actual healthy males. Now they’ve dropped the standard to “non-obese.” As a rule, the fatter someone is, the lower their testosterone. This means that the broadening of the criteria for “healthy” to include men who are pretty fat, but short of “obese” will certainly lead to a lower average testosterone level.
Wow, if looked like the guy at BMI 30 I’d probably kill myself.
So, what does it matter that the CDC’s reference range for testosterone is now lower?
It matters a lot.
For one, it makes it a lot harder to get testosterone hormones prescribed to you by a doctor, since your T levels need to be absolutely rock bottom in order to be considered “deficient.”
It also masks the effects of all the crap in our environment that’s feminizing men, from the soy in the food to the hormones in chicken or the birth control pills in the water supply. No need to address a crisis if you just lower the standard for “normality.”
In addition, if this process continues, you could start seeing men with healthy testosterone begin to be seen as “pathological” because their levels are “too high” compared with the new standard. So power-lifters who watch their diets could start being prescribed drugs to lower their T levels.
All of this is based on an obviously flawed methodology.
It’s a transparent push to feminize men and normalize being a low-T faggot.
This is NOT ok.