Did you know that women need testosterone for optimal health, just as men do? While it’s true women don’t produce as much testosterone as men, testosterone is critically important for a woman’s overall wellness and vitality.
In fact, in their healthy reproductive years, women have 10 times more testosterone than estrogen coursing through their bodies!Unfortunately, just like men, women start to lose testosterone around 30 years of age, and their testosterone continues to decline as they grow older. (1)
The Solution to Mid-Life Weight Gain?
Many experts now believe that it’s this loss of testosterone, and not estrogen, that can cause women in midlife to gain weight, lose bone density, get “flabby muscles,” feel tired, depressed, and lose mental focus — as well as experience a reduction in libido. (1 – 5)
Recent studies show that increasing a woman’s T levels provides benefits such as weight and fat loss, improved muscle and bone health, increased energy and libido, and protection from heart disease. (3, 5, 6)
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1. Dyett Linda, “Should Women Consider Taking Testosterone?,” Next Avenue, 15 July 2013.
2. Glaser R, et al. Beneficial effects of testosterone therapy in women measured by the validated Menopause Rating Scale (MRS). Maturitas (2010), doi:10.1016/j.maturitas.2010.12.001
3. Shifren JL, Braunstein GD, Simon JA, et al. Transdermal testosterone treatment in women with impaired sexual functioning after oophorectomy. N Engl J Med. 2000 Sep 7;343(10):682-8.
4. Davis SR. Androgens and female sexuality. J Gend Specif Med. 2000 Jan-Feb;3(1):36-40.
5. Lovejoy JC, Bray GA, Bourgeois MO, et al. Exogenous androgens influence body composition and regional body fat distribution in obese postmenopausal women—a clinical research center study. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1996 Jun;81(6):2198-203.
6. Zhou J, Ng S, Adesanya-Famuiya O, Anderson K, Bondy CA. Testosterone inhibits extrogen-induced mammary epithelial proliferation and suppresses estrogen receptor expression. FASEB J. 2000 Sep;14(12):1725-30.