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HYPERTENSION-ASSOCIATED CARDIOVASCULAR RISKS INCREASE DUE TO BOTH LOW-T AND HIGH TESTOSTERONE


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 22 April 2021
A recent Chinese study provides evidence that Hypertension is associated with suppressed Total Testosterone, Free Testosterone, and SHBG Levels in older men. The results were released in a recent edition of the Journal of the American Heart Association. Clinical evidence shows that both Elevated Testosterone and Low Testosterone are potentially threatening risk factors for dangerous cardiovascular events.

Testosterone, Aging, Diabetes, and Cardiovascular Disease

Testosterone Levels naturally drop as an element of the male aging process. While this decline is natural, the body still requires a certain level of Testosterone to promote optimized health. On the other hand, there is also significant evidence that cardiovascular disease and diabetes both result in significantly reduced Testosterone Levels resulting from the conditions themselves. Many health conditions suppress Testosterone, which creates a negative feedback loop where Low-T exacerbates the existing disorder, further dropping Testosterone Production. For that reason, researchers continue to take steps to identify ideal Testosterone Levels as a factor of age. Millions of men can undoubtedly benefit from Testosterone Therapy, but it's essential to identify the high and low Testosterone Thresholds which provide the maximum benefit for the least risk.

Chinese Study Evaluates Correlation between Testosterone and Hypertension

In order to broaden our knowledge of how Testosterone interacts with Cardiovascular outcomes, Chinese researchers conducted a broad study that included 6296 participants, selected between the years of 2013 and 2016. Patients were evaluated clinically, provided basic patient information, and filled out health questionnaires. During clinical evaluation, doctors obtained a number of data points, including levels of Free Testosterone, Total Testosterone, Luteinizing Hormone, and SHBG, along with blood pressure. In the end, the scientists used data collected from 5786 of the original 6296. The collection of patients were an average of 55 years old, and 37.2% suffered from clinical Hypertension. When looking at all of this data together, researchers were able to make some critical observations. Hypertensive patients were more likely to have lower SHBG, Free Testosterone, and Total Testosterone. SHBG is responsible for the transport of Testosterone for use by the body. Total Testosterone refers to all bound and unbound Testosterone in the bloodstream. Free Testosterone is biologically active Testosterone readily available for use by cells.

Healthy Testosterone Levels Associated with Strong Hearts

Using advanced statistical analysis, researchers were able to determine that Total Testosterone was most strongly correlated with cardiovascular risk. Testosterone is critical to male cardiovascular health because it plays a vital role in vascular constriction and relaxation. Impaired Testosterone Levels had the worst effects on patients under 65 with a BMI less than 24. Patients that smoked and/or had a family history of high blood pressure were most likely to have suppressed Testosterone and high blood pressure. On the other hand, elevated Luteinizing Hormone Levels were associated with an increased risk of Hypertension. High Luteinizing Hormone Levels combined with Testosterone Deficiency is the physiological marker for Primary Hypogonadism and is considered to be a big risk factor for Cardiovascular Disorder. Hormone Balance is one of the keys to good health. Both Low-T and abnormally high Testosterone lead to increased cardiovascular risk. This is why getting appropriate treatment for Low-T is so important.

SELENIUM AND ITS IMPACT ON YOUR HEALTH AND HORMONES


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 08 April 2021

Selenium is one of these essential trace minerals that everyone should be making sure they’re getting enough of in their diet. It plays many roles in our bodies including cognitive functioning, our immune systems and fertility. In terms of hormones, it interacts with the thyroid which is a major hormone gland, producing some very important hormones for us that affect all parts of the body. Selenium also plays a role in DNA synthesis, protects against oxidative damage and infections. Very important, indeed!

The Health Benefits of Selenium

If you are getting adequate selenium from your diet, then you will most likely experience some of its health benefits. For example, selenium may be able to prevent cardiovascular diseases, cognitive decline, cancer and thyroid issues. Lets explore each of these benefits in more detail.

Cognitive Decline

Besides cancer, cognitive decline is one of the major fears for people as they start to age. No one wants to end up with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease. Because selenium acts as an antioxidant, it can help to reduce the risk of cognitive decline, preventing damage to cells from free radicals. The results of scientific studies show mixed results on selenium’s prevention of dementia, but it is still being explored.

Heart Health

The Office for Dietary Supplements states that selenoproteins can help to protect against cardiovascular disease. Selenoproteins (proteins that contain selenium) prevent oxidative modifications of fats in the body. Preventing oxidation reduces inflammation which, in turn, prevents the buildup of platelets in the blood. It is still unclear whether selenium supplements alone can improve heart health, however.

Cancer

Because selenium helps to repair DNA, it also means it can help to prevent cancer. When DNA is damaged or mutated, the risk of cancer greatly increases. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stated, “Some scientific evidence suggests that consumption of selenium may reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer.”

Thyroid Issues

One of selenium’s major roles is producing and metabolizing thyroid hormone, a hormone that is crucial for regulation of metabolism. Some scientific evidence has demonstrated that women with higher selenium levels have fewer thyroid issues. However, this was not seen in men. It is still up in the air whether selenium supplements would help with thyroid issues or not.

Hormone Balance

Going back to selenium and the thyroid, it is clear that the thyroid gland needs the essential mineral in order to function optimally. It helps to convert the thyroid hormone to its active form. If patients have been diagnosed with an over-active thyroid, it may be beneficial to have their selenium levels checked because elevated levels could cause adverse symptoms. Selenium is very important for women specifically, because it regulates the balance of the hormone estrogen, the “female hormone.” Because of this, it helps to protect against breast cancer, a particularly nasty type of cancer that is increasing worldwide. In addition to all of these health benefits, studies have shown that selenium may also help in reducing the risk of a miscarriage (it’s relationship with estrogen), protect against asthma (anti-inflammatory properties) and preventing HIV from progressing to AIDS (immune system boosting).

Risks of Taking Selenium Supplements

The upper recommended limit for selenium is only 400 mcg for adults. If you are taking selenium supplements, you need to make sure you are not taking more than the recommended amount. If you overdose on selenium supplements you may experience weak nails, decaying teeth, nausea, fatigue, skin rashes, hair loss and neurological issues. Be careful when taking selenium supplements. Your best bet is to first speak with a doctor about them but also consider getting enough selenium from your diet.

Food Sources of Selenium

The amount of selenium in fruits and vegetables varies widely, especially now with modern farming techniques. Less nutrients are making it into our veggies and fruits these days. However, you can be sure you’re getting a good amount of selenium with the following food choices:

  • Tuna
  • Halibut
  • Brown rice
  • Brazil nuts
  • Eggs
  • Bread
Try getting enough selenium via your diet and consider getting your blood tested to see where your baseline levels are at. Our clinic makes it easy to get your blood tested for multiple hormones, vitamins and minerals. Contact us if you are interested in getting your blood tested for selenium or any other tests such as growth hormone or thyroid hormone. We can help you to determine whether selenium supplements are truly necessary for you or not. Reference Medical News Today


REGULAR INTERMITTENT FASTING IMPROVES COGNITIVE HEALTH AND BRAIN STRUCTURES


Written by Dr. Welsh, Article reviewed and edited by Dr. Fine M.D..
Published on 08 April 2021

Intermittent fasting is a hot topic right now, with people from all walks of life interested in fasting: weight lifters, vegans and millennials. Fasting comes with different benefits than just plain dieting. It has been practiced for thousands of years, across many different cultures.

Some studies have claimed that intermittent fasting promotes faster weight loss (in a healthier way), boosts growth hormone levels and even increases the life span. A group of researchers wanted to find out if intermittent fasting affects brain functions and structures, especially in an anti-aging kind of way. The scientists began their research on mice to get preliminary data.

Research Suggests Intermittent Fasting Improves Brain Functions

The mice were divided into control, intermittent fasting and a high-fat diet group. The control group mice were allowed free access to regular rodent food. The intermittent fasting mice group were allowed free access to rodent food every other day with zero food on the alternate day. The high fat diet mice had free access to high-fat food (45% fat). This diet style continued for 11 months. Water was never restricted. The high fat diet group was supposed to represent the typical Western diet in terms of fat consumption.

After the 11 months, the mice were then subjected to Barnes maze which was designed to test spatial learning and memory. Both short-term and long-term memory retention was tested. After the Barnes maze, the mice were subjected to a fear conditioning experiment with freezing behavior recorded. After fear conditioning, motor coordination and exercise tolerance was evaluated. Here, the mice were placed on an accelerating rotarod to see how long they could stay on it for (tolerance). Other biometrics were taken, such as blood samples for levels of lipids/glucose, western blot analysis and measurements of the brain/hippocampus. This study was a lot of complex work!

Intermittent Fasting Improves Learning and Memory

The Barnes maze and fear conditioning results suggested that intermittent fasting improves learning and memory. In addition, the thickness of a layer of the hippocampus (brain structure) was increased, suggesting improved brain structures. Other benefits demonstrated for the brain was the reduction of oxidative stress as shown by the ratio of certain proteins in the brain. Oxidative stress is known to cause injury to cells and premature aging. If intermittent fasting can reduce oxidative stress, that would certainly cause anti-aging effects and improvement in brain structures and functions.

The high-fat group (typical Western diet) did not show impaired learning and memory (surprisingly!) and no significant difference in oxidative stress. However, they ended up being obese with hyperlipidemia. Their exercise tolerance was significantly worse but no harm to brain structures or functions were observed. The authors are worried about the effects of long-term obesity on the brain and need further research to come to a conclusion.

This study was very complex and the details cannot be delved into here, but the link is available below for your own study. In conclusion, it appears that intermittent fasting may have some seriously awesome benefits which probably translate over to humans as well. It would make sense as to why fasting has been such a popular diet for centuries, if you can call it a diet. Some people may call it a lifestyle.

In fact, the best way to adopt healthy eating is not through diet but rather, through a change in your lifestyle. Make healthy eating and intermittent fasting a habit and youll start seeing the benefits quickly!

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