Become The Alpha Male

If you are a guy, I’ve got news for you: you are under attack.

Chemically, psychologically, hormonally, dietary, behaviorally and in many other ways.

My goal with this blog is to open your eyes.

My goal with this blog is for you to remember that you are a Man.

And for you to remember what a Man is.

And to stop being a pussy.

I’m not going to lie to you. It’s not going to be effortless. And it won’t happen overnight either.

Become The Alpha Male is about you writing the script of your own life.

Doing what you want with your time.

Doing what you want with your life.

Seducing the women you like.

Having Sex like a Tiger.

Living Without Fear.

Making Money in your terms, without putting up with BS from bosses or clients.

Having a Ninja Body and a Samurai Mind.

Being what you wanted to be, when you were 5 years old.

Remembering what you wanted to be, when you were 5 years old.

It’s about having:

  • courage
  • honor
  • discipline
  • leadership
  • sex appeal
  • strength

Even if you feel nothing like that now.

The only reason why you feel nothing like an Alpha Male today, is because you’ve been trained not to be one.

Become the Alpha Male is about unwiring a lot of the beliefs that have been implanted in our brains without our consent.

If you want to:

  • Have More and Better Sex (if you suffer ED or PE you definitely need to read along)
  • Have More Money and Work Less
  • Have a Kick Ass Mind, with infinite capacity to focus
  • Lose the Foggy Brain
  • Lose the Belly Fat
  • Become a Mountain of Muscles
  • Doing Anything You Fucking Want To Do

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Want to find out more about how Males are under attack? Read on the following articles and quotes:

Scientists are observing with increasing alarm that some very common hormone-mimicking chemicals can have grotesque effects. A widely used herbicide acts as a female hormone and feminizes male animals in the wild. Thus male frogs can have female organs, and some male fish actually produce eggs. In a Florida lake contaminated by these chemicals, male alligators have tiny penises.

How Chemicals Affect Us

Most men can expect their testosterone levels to drop by about 1 percent a year beginning in their 50s. So a man in his 70s might have only half the testosterone he had when he was 25. But researchers behind the Massachusetts Male Aging Study—which has been tracking behavioral and physiological traits for 1,709 men born between 1916 and 1945—noticed something strange. Men born more recently had T levels that were surprisingly low. The 60-year-old in 2003 had about 15 percent less testosterone than the 60-year-old in 1988, according to Thomas G. Travison, Ph.D., lead author of the testosterone study. Sixty was looking like the new 70. Had something happened? Could we be in the middle of some broad biological or environmental change affecting all men simultaneously?

Testosterone Under Attack

Fetal exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals may increase the risk for adverse health effects at birth or later in life.

These findings suggest that prenatal exposure to xenoestrogens may increase birthweight in boys, which might have an impact on child obesity and other later health outcomes.

Male specific association between xenoestrogen levels in placenta and birthweight.

Something strange is happening to modern girls: menstruation is starting much earlier than it should.  The traditional age of onset for menstruation is between ages 12 and 13, or around two years after the first signs of puberty begin. However, more and more girls are beginning to menstruate at 10 years of age – up to five years early.  What is causing this significant and frightening shift?

At the same time, another curious change is occurring in the American population: people are becoming more and more overweight.  Other, seemingly unrelated patterns are developing simultaneously: cancer rates and infertility levels are spiking.

While it may seem hard to imagine, these four unique problems – and myriad more – are intricately interrelated and caused by the same thing: estrogen dominance.[my underline]

Estrogen is typically considered the female hormone due the fact it is responsible for many definitive feminine traits, like breasts, menstruation, and lactation.  Yet estrogen is naturally found in both sexes, just significantly less in men.

Estrogen Dominance

  • Plastics – Probably the most famous source of these estrogen mimicking compounds. Almost all our food comes wrapped in plastic, is processed using plastic equipment and is often heated in plastic containers. Our water, juice, soda drinks, coffee and even tea often come in plastic bottles/containers. Our tooth brushes are plastic. BPA is probably the most famous xenoestrogen but even if a plastic is BPA free it likely has Pthalate esters and PCBs which are both equally dangerous endocrine disrupters. Needles to say our society is inundated with plastics. What is particularly concerning is how closely plastics are associated with our food.
  • Insecticides/Herbicides – Do you ever eat non-organic food? If so then you probably have gotten another good dose of xenoestrogens from these sources. The whole point of insecticides and herbicides is that they are toxic to organic life, thus consuming them brings those same toxins into you.
  • Lotions/Makeup/Creams – Parabens are probably the most famous here and there has been quite a bit of buzz around them. Also noted is 4-MBC a primary ingredient in sunscreens.There is a gazillion other chemicals in these products with unknown effects.

Fake Estrogen – a modern health epidemic

Oestrogen causes cancer in three ways, all of which have been clearly evidenced:

1. Oestrogen, in fact one in particular (oestradiol, or estradiol in the USA), can cause havoc in basic biochemical systems and pathways inside the cell. For example levels of sodium are increased, levels of potassium decline. This makes the cellular power stations less efficient, pulling in less oxygen and producing less energy. The waste by-products, sodium salts, are more acid than the potassium salts nature intended, so the cell becomes more acid. At best you have a sick cell, at worst a cancerous one.

2. Oestrogen has been shown to be able to keep stem-cells in their trophoblastic state, dividing in an extremely rapid, almost out of control state. In plain English: Stem cells are the cells you had when you were a very elementary foetus that transformed into specialist eye, heart, lung, brain cells. Stem cells stay all over your body throughout your life. They are the basic repair cells, rushing to sites of inflammation and damage. Wang and his team in America showed that some cancers are caused by the action of oestrogen keeping your repair cells in their elementary state, and not letting them transform into new stomach lining, brain or breast cells. Rapidly dividing cells in your stomach lining? Cancer is likely.

3. Oestrogen has also been shown to be capable of directly altering the structure of DNA, your genetic code, causing mutation. Oestrogen drives about 70 per cent of breast cancers. It is now shown to be involved in ovarian cancer and uterine, or womb, cancer. Studies from Bristol University first showed its involvement in some colon cancers, and US research shows oestrogen behind some stomach, lung and brain cancers. So clearly, this is not just a female phenomenon. No indeed, studies from Australia to Singapore, culminating in one by Dr Thompson of MD Anderson in Texas showed that oestrogen could turn nice, safe testosterone in men into an aggressive chemical DHT. This drives prostate cancer.

Perhaps more worrying was a research study we covered in Cancer Watch showing 13 chemicals linked to developing prostate cancer all were oestrogen mimics.

Xenoestrogens and Cancer


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