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This Common Household Ingredient Lowers T

What are the ingredients in your shampoo? How about your soap, shaving cream, and toothpaste? If the words on their labels seem foreign, and contain synthetics, it may be time to make a change. Parabens are synthetic preservatives commonly used in personal care and...

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Can Apples Actually Lower Testosterone?

Do you know how your apples were treated? How were your potatoes grown? (Besides in the dirt.) If your fruit and veggies were treated with pesticides, they may be lowering your T levels. Studies show that men with the most pesticides in their bodies have 10% less...

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1 Hidden Food That’s Everywhere & Kills Your T

This third tip in our series of common foods that decrease your testosterone focuses on one item that is hidden in almost every product in your grocery store. In a study published by Journal of the American College of Nutrition, researchers discovered that 14 days of...

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How Your T Levels Predict Your Success

Do you remember the last time you won? Whether it was a tennis match, a game of cards, or even stock trading, do you remember the rush you felt after? That rush from winning is directly tied to your testosterone -- when you win, your T levels spike, sometimes by as...

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Healthy Habits to Start Your Spring

The days are finally getting longer -- time to jump-start your health routine! The nights may be cold still, but this 1 easy habit can boost T levels and help tighten your waistline, no matter the weather: Studies prove that men who do some form of resistance exercise...

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Your T Levels May Predict When You Die

 A 20-year study at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine revealed a startling connection between low testosterone and death rates when scientists looked at the relationship between testosterone levels and all-cause mortality. During their...

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STUDY: LOW T IS COMMON AND LEADS TO CHRONIC DISEASE

Low T may be associated with chronic disease, even among men 40 years of age and younger, a new study finds. According to Mark Peterson, Ph.D., M.S., FACSM, lead author of the study and assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Michigan…

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