Friday, February 24, 2017

6 UNUSUAL Nutrients for Low Testosterone Levels

Honestly, there's too much bad information out there about low testosterone levels, 'Low T' and the like. There is a rush by health practitioners to cash in on your hormones with therapy, whether you have 'Low T' or not. And, even if you do, try natural remedies to 'Low T' first. That means eat quality foods, sleep deeply, move around more and exercise more for starters....


Testosterone is an anabolic steroid, which means it helps to build up muscle size and muscle strength.  It also aids sexual function, energy levels and many other body structures.

Research done by Vermeulan et al. concluded that the increasing the levels of testosterone in the body has positive effects on muscle growth and increases fat-free mass. They also showed that in several incidences throughout their research, increased plasma testosterone levels had positive effects on fat-free mass, and lower testosterone levels had negative effects on fat-free mass, and increased body fat accumulation.

All designer or synthetic steroids are actually derived or based from testosterone. The problem with the designer or synthetic forms of steroids is that they are sometimes injected with as much as 15-25 times the normal amount of what you would receive with natural testosterone production in your body.

If you carry extra body fat around your belly or chest/breast area, there's a chance you may have low testosterone levels. Normal testosterone levels helps decrease the stored fat in your chest and waist area.

Read about the 6 Unusual Nutrients that will help you Boost Testosterone Naturally:

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