Testosterone is significantly correlated with aggression and competitive behaviour and is directly facilitated by the latter. There are two theories on the role of testosterone in aggression and competition.  The first one is the challenge hypothesis which states that testosterone would increase during puberty thus facilitating reproductive and competitive behaviour which would include aggression.  Thus it is the challenge of competition among males of the species that facilitates aggression and violence.  Studies conducted have found direct correlation between testosterone and dominance especially among the most violent criminals in prison who had the highest testosterone levels.  The same research also found fathers (those outside competitive environments) had the lowest testosterone levels compared to other males. 
However, we know very little about Omega-6 and the ‘pro-inflammatory’ eicosanoids, and more specifically when the group 2 prostaglandins are a bad inflammatory, or a good inflammatory. Obviously, we need inflammatory processes, it’s only when we enter a chronic inflammatory state, that these are potentially bad news. Then of course, we have Swiss Temple’s theory, which overcame an evil group 2 prostaglandin, with another pro-inflammatory prostaglandin (a vast oversimplification I know, but that’s the general gist). So the story is far from simple with a variety of feedforward and feedback loops within the Group 2 eicosanoids, interleukins etc then there are crossed effects from the group 1 and Group 3 eicosanoids, which are typically inhibitory to the Group 2s, and countless other interactions with other fatty acids, let alone other molecules found in each cell nucleus. So it certainly isn’t out of the realm of possibilities…..
I see a lot of comments where people tried the 7 day trial or have only been using it for 30 days. Consistency is the key as with any weight loss aid. I have been using Plexus for less than 30 days and already have noticeable results. I have lost 8 lbs, I not longer have to take allergy medications daily (thats savings in itself), I have better mental focus too. It seems like there is a lot of slamming of Plexus going on here and its really unjustified. Just like with any relationship you have to make a commitment to it. Using it for ” almost a whole month” or trying just a sample isn’t going to show you results, you won’t see results with anything if you don’t commit to it. I have lower blood pressure, no more allergies, I have gone down two pant sizes, I focus better at work and at school. I have changed my diet for the better..less junk, more quality foods, I don’t crave carbs like I use to. I need to adjust my schedule and get to the gym on a more regular basis. Because I am sure that coupled with the changes I have made and using Plexus I am gonna look damn good on my wedding day and so is my bride because she has discovered the benefits of Plexus too. I am sure this site will blast the next product that comes out and actually works too, as I can see in the lower right hand corner of my screen it looks as if this site is promoting their own product anyway. I think Plexus is great and you have a better experience if you order through a Plexus ambassador than going directly to the website. The ambassadors are there to help you and answer your questions, I have never had a question go unanswered or had a problem with my orders.