Did you know that if you have symptoms of Low Testosterone, such as decreased energy and weight gain, you may also have high levels of estrogen?
Elevated estrogen not only lowers testosterone, it can also put you at risk for heart disease and certain types of cancer. (1, 2)
One of the best ways to remedy this excess is to try an estrogen-blocking diet, a natural complement to Andro400’s testosterone-boosting formula. According to the Journal of Medicinal Food, the phytochemicals in certain foods can help reduce estrogen levels in the bloodstream. (3)
Foods found to naturally lower excess estrogen include pomegranates, grapes, and apricots; cruciferous veggies like broccoli, cabbage, and brussel sprouts; and sesame and flax seeds (especially ground). (3, 4)
Although everyone’s metabolism is different, studies show that even consuming 1 serving (1 oz to 1/2 cup) of some of the foods mentioned above can have a significant impact on balancing your hormones. (4)
Making small, positive changes to your diet can help Andro400 work faster and more effectively, giving you quicker results — which may even lead to a longer, happier life! (5)
1. Wilson, C and Contreras-Ferrat A, et. al., â€œTestosterone increases GLUT4-dependent glucose uptake in cardiomyocytes,â€ Journal of Cellular Physiology, Dec 2013. 228(12): 2399-407.
2. De Pergola G. â€œThe adipose tissue metabolism: role of testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone.â€ Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2000 Jun; 24 Suppl 2S59-S63.
3. Page, Stephanie T. and Amory John K., et. al., â€œExogenous Testosterone (T) Alone or with Finasteride Increases Physical Performance, Grip Strength, and Lean Body Mass in Older Men with Low Serum T,â€ The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, March 2005. 90(3): 1502-10.