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Fitness and Nutrition for Hormone Health

TRT and Increased Strength—The Method of Treatment Matters

A shirtless man trains in a dark gym, taking advantage of the increased strength gains he experiences from TRT.

One of the telltale symptoms of low testosterone (hypogonadism) is a loss in lean muscle mass and overall physical strength, a condition known as sarcopenia. Studies have shown that one of the primary benefits of restoring healthy testosterone levels through Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) is slowing or reversing this decline, with many patients experiencing a steady increase…

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Nutrition and Hormones—Does Food Make a Difference?

A collection of vegetables is laid out on a white table against a white background. Nutrition can positively affect your hormone balance.

Nutrition and Borderline Low Testosterone Levels Alcohol Consumption and Testosterone Levels The Effects of Alcohol on Testosterone Production in Men and Women Moderate Alcohol Consumption: Little Need to Worry Excessive Beer Consumption: A Cause for Concern Foods That Could Lower Testosterone Levels Avoid Hydrogenated Oils Reduce Sugar Intake Misinformation Surrounding Soy The Source of the…

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Are Vitamins Useless in the Fight Against Low T?

A lemon half which has had half of the pulp removed and then filled with vitamins — useless against Low T.

When it comes to battling low testosterone, are vitamins useless? Yes, and no. Simple questions about our health often come with more complicated answers. Without a doubt, your overall health is critical to hormone production. On their own, however, vitamin pills and over-the-counter supplements are mostly ineffective against clinical hypogonadism (the technical term for low…

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Summer Testosterone Boosting Tips

The weather has gotten warmer, and this is good news if you’ve been experiencing the symptoms for low testosterone! With summer comes plenty of opportunities to increase your T level, and who isn’t looking forward to some fun in the sun? Some symptoms of Low T that you should watch out for include: Being overweight Decreased sex drive…

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