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To the editor:
To fans of Fox News: Has Tucker Carlson Tonight host and Kremlin TV favorite Tucker Carlson gone completely off his “conspiracy theory” nut?
In a viral clip Carlson spoke to Andrew McGovern–billed as a fitness professional about supposed ways men could increase their testosterone levels. McGovern, a personal trainer at LifeTime Inc in Columbus,Ohio suggested that testosterone levels could be improved by exposing themselves to red light therapy.
Carlson referred to this as “testicle tanning.” The April 17 Twitter clip has been seen by at least 3.5 million people.
In his latest documentary “The End of Men,” Carlson said, while this sounds “crazy” so is ignoring crashing testosterone levels. Health experts warn that red light therapy is unproven and expensive–Tucker can afford the therapy due to his success as a Fox anchor and one of the heirs of the Swanson Food fortune. Lower testosterone levels are linked to obesity [Tucker does look a little chubby], lack of exercise, and “binge drinking.”
Mary Kathryn Gepner