Whether you are on hormone replacement therapy or considering it, there are also many natural ways to boost your male hormones including altering your diet. These foods can help your t levels either in conjunction with TRT or on their own.
T levels peak during adolescence, and start to decline in ones late 20s at the rate of about 1 percent each year, but low levels can be caused by or expedited by stress, a bad diet, obesity, and other factors. Low levels of testosterone cause changes in sexual function, sex drive, insomnia, weight gain, fatigue, reduced strength and muscles, and can even cause depression and an inability to concentrate.
Boost t levels with the following foods:
Hormone Therapeutics April 29th, 2014
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