Mustard and testosterone

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    Nov 20, 2012 10:26 PM GMT
    Eat more mustard for testosterone and health. Anyone has personal experience with these science research linking mustard to testosterone?
    http://gogenes.org/p3ef1_test.php?f=testosterone&g=Mustard
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    Nov 20, 2012 11:43 PM GMT
    I always wondered why eating cheeseburgers and subs made me horny. icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 21, 2012 2:41 AM GMT
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    You know... these mindless word associations convey no useful information whatsoever. Those papers also contain thousands of other words that have nothing at all to do with testosterone. So does a dictionary. So does this web site.

    FWIW, in this case, the word "mustard" has nothing to do with the condiment you can buy at the store or with the plant. It refers to a type of chemical bond used to make chemotherapy agents toxic. So-called because it is used in the production of mustard gas.

    Take a good whiff and see how your testosterone and health fares.
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    Nov 21, 2012 2:45 AM GMT
    Indeed, mustard gas is a very, very, very long way away from the Grey Poupon.

    Remember those guys dying in WWI? That's the stuff.
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    Nov 21, 2012 6:18 AM GMT
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    You know... these mindless word associations convey no useful information whatsoever. Those papers also contain thousands of other words that have nothing at all to do with testosterone. So does a dictionary. So does this web site.

    FWIW, in this case, the word "mustard" has nothing to do with the condiment you can buy at the store or with the plant. It refers to a type of chemical bond used to make chemotherapy agents toxic. So-called because it is used in the production of mustard gas.

    Take a good whiff and see how your testosterone and health fares.


    Eatin lots of peanut butter makes me squirt more, ay not do hit for test but its fun
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    Nov 22, 2012 6:04 AM GMT
    Thank you FirstKnight ....for the link to sciencedaily below....Also, I have been finding a way to eat more mustard. Can I overdose on mustard/seed? Mustard greens are said to be the most nutritious greens ... I think there is a recipe in the south that makes them taste good.

    Lift Weights, Eat Mustard, Build Muscles?
    ScienceDaily (Oct. 6, 2011) — If you are looking to lean out, add muscle mass, and get ripped, a new research report published in The FASEB Journal suggests that you might want to look to your garden for a little help. That's because scientists have found that when a specific plant steroid was given orally to rats, it triggered a response similar to anabolic steroids, with minimal side effects. In addition, the research found that the stimulatory effect of homobrassinolide (a type of brassinosteroid found in plants such as mustards) on protein synthesis in muscle cells led to increases in lean body mass, muscle mass and physical performance. ... "Because some plants we eat contain these compounds, like mustards....read more: http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/09/110929103216.htm

    The webpages on gogenes.org are useful tools for doing your own research. For example I recently learn how healthy coconut oil to the body (medium chain triglyceride burns right away giving you energy instead of tucked away fat, which is the case when you eat other oils and fat.), but I when I saw this webpage, I see the association of coconut oil to testosterone, androgens, hypertrophy, body building and other topics. It shows me associations that I didn't know about. http://gogenes.org/p3fe_test.php?g=Coconut%20Oil&c=114&d=14
    It's also true with the mustard associations. I didn't know mustard gas is harmful, but the webpage points out all the research relating to mustard. The information is there for interpretations and for completeness.