Men Shopping Linked to Impotence

Men Shopping Linked to Impotence

Bisphenol A Receipts:Men And Shopping Link To Impotence? - A peculiar story that reportedly unveiled today linked men shopping to impotence.

The report uncovered that researchers have discovered a chemical compound that is used in many of receipts contains enough Bisphenol A that has the power to lower male hormones in the body. The substance witnessed a ban in Canada, and has also been prohibited in three states in US.

"A substance like that could shift the balance of the sex hormones in men towards estrogen", said one researcher from the project. "In the long term this leads to less sexual drive, encourages the belly instead of the muscles to grow and has a bad effect on erection and potency".

In addition, the substance is discovered to be present in many other items as well including food cans and tins.

This claim is joked to have granted thousands of men another excuse to eschew from shopping.

However, now it is awaited if the substance faces a ban in the future across the United States, or if it will continue to make its presence on the receipt paper.

It has been explained that consuming the substance results in acute hormone imbalances in the body resulting in poor sexual appetite, erection thereby hampering the potency.

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