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The most damaging effects come from few rodent studies56–58. One rat study in particular showed a staggering 50% reduction in
testicular size after they were fed with a diet containing 5% of the calories from alcohol59. Rodents ain’t the only ones who see suppressed T-levels after alcohol ingestion. Heavy alcohol consumption has been linked to lowered testosterone levels in humans too60–62. It’s also known that chronic alcoholics tend to have significantly lower levels of testosterone accompanied with significantly higher estrogen levels than their non-alcoholic peers63–65.