How Low Testosterone Can Cause Weight Gain
The foods we eat, the chemicals we’re exposed to, the medications we take, and the constant daily stress of our lives can all contribute to low testosterone levels. These are the top 3 underlying nutrition issues which can be causing low testosterone weight gain.
- 1. The pesticide exposure from the chemical toxins in your food could be interfering with hormone signaling, specifically testosterone and estrogen.
- 2. Grains, gluten and dairy could be causing inflammation in your body which reduces muscle mass, increases fat hormones and suppresses testosterone levels.
- 3. The processed foods you eat can stimulate insulin and blood sugar levels which increases the amount of fat hormones in your body.
Symptoms of low testosterone can slowly increase throughout the years. It may first start as gaining a few extra pounds and experiencing some male performance issues. You learn to try to “deal” with the symptoms and your doctor might have even told you that it’s just part of aging. But then the symptoms get worse. You’re gaining more weight, you have no libido, depression sets in and your constantly tired. No energy to workout and loss of muscle mass becomes more apparent.
It’s now time to make a change!
The 30-Day Male Hormone Weight Loss Program targets the underlying nutrition issues which can be causing your weight gain and contributing to your symptoms. By increasing muscle mass, reducing inflammation and supplementing with core stamina boosting nutrients, you can boost your testosterone levels, so weight loss is sustainable and easy.