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Exercise & lose fat: First, let's clear a common misconception that's used to separate you from your money. There is no dietary supplement that will naturally & safely increase testosterone. In other words, there are no testosterone boosters, at least not in the States. Maybe in India but not here. Instead, get rid of fat that converts T into female hormone. Check out http://goo.gl/X4tjR & http://goo.gl/TMde33 ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise & nutrition: Strenuous exercise & clean nutrition helps your body produce testosterone as well as shed fat which is where testosterone is converted into estrogen (female hormone). So do all that you know you should do to get healthy rather than focus on numbers. If you've tried your best & your body isn't responding, then ask your doc for appropriate testing to see if you're low. But don't worry 'bout # now. ...Read more
High Triglycerides: Can be a genetic issue passed down from either (or both) parents. If that is the case, sometimes even the strictest low carb, low sugar diet doesn't even help. 4 grams of flaxseed oil ; fish oil can help "naturally". Ask your doc to test your apo e genotype (lets you know how your body processes fats and what risk strata you are in.) check into advanced lipid testing from health diagnostic labs! ...Read more
Hard work!: Seriously! strenuous intense exercise can increase testosterone. Shedding body fat via exercise does this since fat converts testosterone into Estradiol (female hormone) which then shuts down testosterone production. So less body fat allows for more t production. Of course, this is a bit of the chicken & egg conundrum. ...Read more
Possible, but....: Athough theoretically possible, it would require suppression of the adrenal glands, which the body typically does a great job of regulating on its own. I have seen advertisements for "estrogen and testosterone binders" but these generally do not help, and can cause many side-effects... ...Read more
Stay Healthy: The following should help: * exercise regularly * consume a low fat, high protein diet with a goal bmi between 19-24 * stay hydrated * get between 8-10hrs sleep nightly * don't smoke....Anything * alcohol: low & sporatic consumption * drugs: prescriptions only and only if you need them * check your total testoterone level to make sure it is above 300 ng/dl. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do you ask?: If it's erectile dysfunction, get a proper workup by your physician, including a check for prolactinoma and hemochromatosis. If it's for bodybuilding, working hard and eating sensibly are the key rather than aiming for a magic testosterone level (they fluctuate anyway). Body hair's genetic and doesn't vary with testosterone. It'll often go up if you stay fit and have a good romantic relationship. ...Read more
Inactive Thyroid: You cannot not. Even a naturopathic physician would tell you this. The medication to replace the thyroid you need is some of the safest, least expensive and effective medications developed. ...Read more
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