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How to Lose Weight With Low Testosterone

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Learning how to lose weight with low testosterone is one of the largest problems that our patients run into. One of the more frustrating symptoms of low testosterone is weight gain; It’s hard enough to lose weight as we age, and throwing low T into the mix makes the process that much harder.

All the diet and exercise in the world may not be enough if you’re struggling with low testosterone. We’ve talked about how low testosterone and weight gain are linked before, be we never really touched on how to lose weight with low testosterone, so we’ve included some methods here to help you target your diet and exercise routine with your low T in mind.

First, Get Your Testosterone Levels Under Control

If you’re wondering how to lose weight with low testosterone, you may have noticed that your exercise routine doesn’t seem to be having much effect, that you lift and lift but never seem to gain any muscle. If you’re having trouble losing weight or gaining muscle, you might need to lift your testosterone levels first.

If your testosterone levels are out of whack, the first thing you need to do is get them under control because a good diet and strong exercise routine can’t do much when fighting against messed-up hormones.

The problem is that hormones are powerful; testosterone influences many of our systems and bodily functions in addition to playing a crucial role in our development from childhood to adulthood. Something with the power to speed a process like puberty to conclusion isn’t going to be stopped by mere diet and exercise. You need to get your levels under control first to make your diet and exercise routine maximally beneficial.

The first step is to make an appointment with Testosterone Centers of Texas. If you’ve come into TCT a few times but maybe slacked off on your appointments recently, give us a call at 888.828.4300 or email us at info@TCTmed.com to get back into a routine today. If you’ve never tried testosterone treatment before, visit our website to schedule a free consultation!

Next, Get into a Regular Exercise Routine

Once your testosterone levels are under control, your body can get the maximum benefit from a workout routine. First, consider lifting weights to increase muscle mass as muscle naturally produces testosterone, boosting the effects of your testosterone treatments. As with all exercise routines, make sure you consult a doctor before you begin any sort of weight loss program.

Lifting weights for just 15 to 20 minutes a day can dramatically improve your muscle mass, and even getting into the gym to lift weights just 3 times a week can make a difference. The additional muscle mass will start to boost your metabolism and will burn fat when you are resting. More muscle = more weight loss!

Lifting weights is great and all, but to really lose weight with low testosterone, you need to get regular cardiovascular exercise, which will also help you to get the most out of your weightlifting routine. The most effective weight loss programs include cardio and weightlifting, so make sure you include 20 – 30 minutes of cardio with your weightlifting to maximize your exercise program’s weight loss potential. As always, be sure to check with your doctor before you begin any sort of cardiovascular exercise routine, especially if you have heart problems or other health issues.

Remember, no workout program can fight against the effects of low T by itself. If you think you’re struggling with low T, and you’re wondering how to lose weight with low testosterone, give us a call at 888.828.4300 or email us at info@TCTmed.com or schedule a free consultation today!



(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C

(Augie) Juan Augustine Galindo Jr. MPAS, PA-C started his career in healthcare as a fireman/paramedic in West Texas where he served on the Midland Fire Department from 1998-2004.   He became interested in testosterone treatment after seeing how hormone replacement doctors helped those suffering from low testosterone.   After graduating from the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center Physician Assistant Program, he moved to DFW where he currently lives with his wife and three children.

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