Testosterone is the hormone responsible for developing male sexual traits and maintaining muscle mass, bone density and red blood cell levels.
That’s good but that’s not all it does. Testosterone levels influence physical, emotional and sexual wellbeing, with higher levels having a favourable effect on attitude and performance.
It also –
- Fights depression
- Increases muscle mass
- Strengthens your heart
- Increases libido and improves erections
- Boost happiness and confidence
- Sharpens the mind
- Provides plenty of energy
Need scientific proof? There is a simple saliva test we can do to test your male hormones to establish your current testosterone levels. Then you can have a baseline, allowing you to measure your progress towards a life of endless vitality.
What Causes Low Testosterone?
Nearly half of men over the age of 45 have low testosterone levels, a condition that leaves them feeling weak, depressed and not at all interested in intimacy. There’s a normal decline in testosterone levels as you age, which you can help prevent via several lifestyle choices. However, the largest reason for having non-age related low testosterone levels is the “hustle” lifestyle. The crappy food devoid of nutrients, the lack of sleep and regular exercise and the highly stressed life, so many of us are living.
Contributing factors to low testosterone are:
- Poor diet, particularly one high in sugar
- Being overweight, especially belly fat
- Old age
There’s no quick fix, change the way you live and you’ll soon begin to live life well. Focusing on these areas will do wonders:
Natural Testosterone Boosters:
- Consume healthy fats like avocados, extra virgin olive oil, avocado oil, coconut oil
- Resistance training
- Reduce stress
- Optimise sleep
- Sunshine – Vitamin D
- Lose weight
- Intermittent fasting
- Ashwaghandha root powder in your smoothie
Not feeling your best? Then take the test and put your mind at rest. Book your FREE first consultation now. (Limited one free consultation per client. Limited offer to first 50 clients. Offer ends December 31, 2019)
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