Low Testosterone Levels?

Low Testosterone LevelsDid you know that low testosterone levels in men have been linked to depression, diabetes, muscle loss and an increase in body fat?

A new study found that “Over the past two decades, levels of the sex hormone in U.S. men have been falling steadily.” Since men’s testosterone levels naturally decline with age, low testosterone levels are not necessarily a sign of an impending health problem.

But after analyzing the data, researchers could not explain this trend. “They noted that neither aging nor certain other health factors, such as smoking or obesity, can fully explain the decline.”

This news, although troubling, could not have come at a better time. Just a few days ago, I have posted How to Increase Testosterone Levels [a.k.a The Testosterone Diet], which deals with low testosterone levels in men.

It explains why your nutritional regimen can influence the amount of active testosterone in the blood, and how The Testosterone Diet may help increase or optimize your testosterone levels.

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One Response to “Low Testosterone Levels?”

  1. ralph a. kern Says:

    Sir;
    I am a retired correctional sergeant in texas. State law here, as mandated by federal guidelines says that if you feed an inmate beef, you must mix it to the 40% level with soybeans, as the soy converts the testosterone into estrogen, making the inmates easier to control. during the clinton administration, the laws were passed to put soy in almost all of the foods that we eat. china, japan, and samoa have been promoting soy to thier populations for over 200 years for this very reason. thanks and God bless…


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