Scientists in Denmark have been tracking an ugly condition called Cryptorchidism…
AKA, how often testicles are missing from the scrotum in human males at birth.
And in the last 50 years this number has spiked by more than 400 percent in Denmark.
(let that sink in for a minute)
Scientists blame estrogen mimicking chemicals for the problem and here’s a piece of evidence that supports this claim (taken from another paper)
“The average man uses six cosmetic products daily…containing 85 Unique Ingredients….and the average woman uses twelve cosmetic products daily containing 168 Unique Ingredients”.
Unique meaning, a chemical, that probably wasn’t around when your grandpa was born.
Grandpa’s crowd were rarely missing testicles at birth (in Europe or the US)
But today in Denmark…9 percent of all males are born with missing testicles.
(nearly one in ten)
And twenty percent of these organs will never develop normally and drop down into the sack.
After reading this….I’m thinking the 12 bucks I spent on clean deodorant last week wasn’t such a bad deal after all.