Can Happy Hour Impact Your T Levels?

After a long day at work, are you ready to go where everyone knows your name? Happy Hour is a popular tradition … but you may want to rethink your next order at the bar. Studies show that binge drinking or regularly consuming 2 or more alcoholic drinks per day...

Lower Your Estrogen & Boost T Health

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....

5 Snacks to Naturally Boost Your Testosterone

Cookies. Chips. Let’s talk snacks. When you’re hungry, high-sugar and -carb options are tempting. But they can also wreak havoc on your weight and testosterone. Luckily, there are many tasty options that actually help maintain healthy T levels.  Below are...

Boost T Levels with Protein and Healthy Fats

Did you know that a lack of protein decreases testosterone? In fact, Low T is commonly associated with protein malnutrition. A recent study found that animal protein is superior for testosterone production. Grass-Fed Beef and Wild Salmon Beat Plant-Based Foods for...

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...

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...
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