Posted by Amtul Q Farhat
But What’s Really Causing Them?
• After age 30, a man’s testosterone levels begin to decline, and continue to do so as he ages, leading to symptoms
• According to a recent analysis, low testosterone may increase a man’s risk for cardiovascular disease. The mechanism of harm in still unknown, and both low testosterone and heart disease may simply be the result of poor overall health
Estrogen, the female sex hormone, plays a much bigger role in men’s heath than previously thought. Both hormones have been found to be important for sexual function, and a deficiency in either has a negative impact on a man’s libido
• While testosterone deficiency accounts for decreases in lean mass, muscle size and strength, estrogen deficiency in men is the primary culprit when it comes to increases in body fat
• Dietary and exercise changes, particularly limiting sugar/fructose, eating healthy saturated fats and engaging in high-intensity exercises, Power Plate, and strength training, can be very effective at boosting testosterone levels naturally