Lowering testosterone naturally

People of Asian nations consume quite a bit of soy and the population of those nations isn’t lacking. Many people are lactose intolerant and some are found to have milk allergies in infancy. Soy formula is then given. Doctors don’t like lawsuits so that practice would have stopped long ago if soy was dangerous. Animal milk is from a living creature and a lactating one at that so full or hormonal issues. Be aware of what you eat and introduce new foods slowly so you can see how they personally affect you. Some thrive on soy and some do not. Take a test drive and discover what works for you as an individual.

Guys love going into the gym and throwing up heavy weight at a rapid pace in an attempt to be “explosive” and exhaust the muscle—"no pain, no gain," they are probably screaming to themselves. But while the lifting, or concentric, part of resistance exercise is obviously important, the lowering, or eccentric, phase of the lift has often been posited as just as essential for getting gains. A new set of studies from the University of Jyväskylä in Finland, however, has found that the lowering part of weight lifting can actually be more important for gaining strength and for bolstering levels of testosterone and growth hormone.

Hey Richard – curious about your thoughts on carbs driving down testosterone. Do you have any studies to that end? I wonder whether the Kitavans had/have low testosterone, despite 70% carb intake? It doesn’t seem immediately obvious to me that carb intake alone would inhibit testosterone, as long as you were getting adequate cholesterol, fat-soluble vitamins, zinc, selenium, etc. to support testosterone levels. These nutrients are often severely lacking in modern diets, as I’m sure you know! So it seems like misplacing causation for correlation to say that modern diets lower testosterone BECAUSE of their high carb levels. (They also have low mineral density, low fat-soluble vitamin levels, low fiber, low polyphenols/antioxidants, high iron, high fluoride/bromide, etc., which all could be confounding factors in the carbs-lower-testosterone hypothesis.)

I recently had my testosterone level checked due to being tired all the time and just general blah approach toward life. My total came back at 360, with free at 7. I’m only 33 years old, so that number seemed insanely low for me. But my doctor says that I’m within “normal range”. Yeah, normal range for a 70 year old man, perhaps. He said my prolactin level was normal, not sure if he checked my estradiol. His recommendation was to put me on high-dose Vitamin D-3 at 5000UI per day for 3 months, then recheck my t-level. I’ve been on the high-dose vitamin D-3 for about a month now and can’t say that I feel a huge difference, maybe a little.

Lowering testosterone naturally

lowering testosterone naturally

I recently had my testosterone level checked due to being tired all the time and just general blah approach toward life. My total came back at 360, with free at 7. I’m only 33 years old, so that number seemed insanely low for me. But my doctor says that I’m within “normal range”. Yeah, normal range for a 70 year old man, perhaps. He said my prolactin level was normal, not sure if he checked my estradiol. His recommendation was to put me on high-dose Vitamin D-3 at 5000UI per day for 3 months, then recheck my t-level. I’ve been on the high-dose vitamin D-3 for about a month now and can’t say that I feel a huge difference, maybe a little.

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